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Salvatore Ferragamo RTW Spring 2014

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Via WWD – Milan Fashion Week

Massimiliano Giornetti delivered a masculine undercurrent to his streamlined collection, from the strong-shouldered pinstripe jackets that opened the show to recurrent military shapes: field jackets in sturdy cottons, and flight jackets and bombers in either languid silk or stiff cotton. Giornetti tempered the toughness with corset lacing on the back of jackets and bralike tops galore.

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{accessorizing} Salvatore Ferragamo Shoe Pendants

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The Miniature Preziose collection, it is a collection of pendants that take their inspiration from Salvatore Ferragamo’s shoe designs across four decades: from the thirties to the sixties. Having already released the Rainbow pendant, inspired by the shoes carefully crafted for Judy Garland and the Red and Honey editions, which draw upon the pairs created for Marilyn Monroe, now Salvatore Ferragamo Jewels are adding three new pairs to their shoe pendant line-up: Carmen, Butterfly and Renaissance.

What’s more, with the name of the model and date of creation engraved on the soles, they serve as a sparkling documentation of and testament to Salvatore’s most iconic shoe successes.


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{live from the runway} Salvatore Ferragamo RTW Spring 2013

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The gaucho was the muse of creative director Massimiliano Giornetti this season, yielding a handsome, equestrian-tinged collection steeped in luxury.

Giornetti referenced the trench and riding jackets throughout, cutting them with high collars and leather-lined, demonstrative lapels. Belts from trenches cinched the paper-bag waists of slouchy pants and miniskirts. Exotic skins were key, from snakeskin pants laced tightly up the sides to a shift dress in cement gray crocodile.

Shoes were fierce: Mainly over-the-knee boots and sandals in glossy leathers lashed from behind like a corset. Slouchy hobos were cupped with bridlelike hardware, while leather tassels dangled from intricately textured postman styles.



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{collections} Salvatore Ferragamo Resort 2013

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Salvatore Ferragamo’s creative director, Massimiliano Giornetti, had been hoping for sunset light to caress his rich-hippie collection, inspired by island vacations in the Mediterranean and a tour along Big Sur. The delicate, dusty colors were a key statement. His mind also went to the shades of the paper used five centuries ago by Leonardo Da Vinci.

The low-wattage hues put the focus on haute craftsmanship: low-slung leather pants laced together in broad strips, densely crocheted skirts swishing with fringe and Mod shift dresses composed of micro swags of silk fringe. Giornetti noted that four people toiled for 10 days on one sexy tank dress — a marvel of pale leather strips married to small metal plaques.

However, the clothes were often overwhelmed with detail — lacing, grommets, knotting, plaiting and drawstrings — and leg-baring dresses pavéd in racy snake prints or micro studs veered from the brand’s usual old-world glamour.


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