Of Fausto Sarli‘s Fall 2008 collection, a critic said that “the show had a curvy, retro futurist quality whether with cashmere apple-shaped jackets or mega frilled Art Deco columns for evening.”
More recently, on a runway in Milan this September for the Spring/Summer 2009 season, Angela Missioni is said to have sent models down the runway with “…the signature Missoni zig-zag was damped-down in earthen shades, contrasting with a larger – but still neutral – “futuristic aero-painting” print that looked a lot like watered-down Italian Futurism…”
For an in-depth analysis of Futurist fashion, see Emily Braun’s article “Futurist Fashion: three manifestoes” from the Art Journal (Spring 1995).
Also, Laia of Geometric Sleep has a post about recent fashion inspired by Futurism.
And please, don’t forget the SHOES!