Blumarine's Spring/Summer 2010 collection is the epitome of sexy summer apparel. Psychedelic tie dye was the obvious pattern chosen, hippie-chic peasant tops, summer scarves, mini shorts and curve hugging body con dresses. The models looked effortlessly stylish, with their wavy beach hair and chunky platform sandals. The collection is definitely for the frequent jet setter that enjoys holidays in the sun. Fifteen similair looks graced the runway with a neutral beige theme. The chic day-wear look creates a more minimalist feel, which was the total opposite of the previous outfits shown on the runway. These looks are perfect for summer weather. Rolled up capri pants, cropped 3/4 length jackets with gold hardware and brown leather belts. Anna Molinari designs her clothes for modern women who aren't afraid to take risks with fashion. Anna named the show "Freedom," because she wanted to emphasize the fact that being a woman means to have fun with fashion and play with different styles that create unique looks. This was not the typical military drab. The collection was colorful, flirty and full of energy.