Salvatore Ferragamo Men’s Spring 2020

Having Palazzo Vecchio as the backdrop of a runway show is a privilege that only a quintessential Florentine brand such as Salvatore Ferragamo with a long history in this Tuscan city could hope to pull off. Of course such an incredible backdrop might have become a bit overwhelming with a weak collection. But that wasn’t the case for the lineup creative director Paul Andrew showed on Tuesday night.
The antique beauty of the Piazza della Signoria square actually created a charming contrast to the slightly futuristic take on the utilitarian aesthetic injected into the collection. Salvatore Ferragamo’s incredible craftsmanship and heritage stood out, but in a new version, never nostalgic or retro, but projected into the future. The high-tech approach to the treatment of materials, including leather which was embossed and then waxed for a glossy effect, as well a certain sharpness in the cuts, conveyed a look that felt very modern and cool yet never cold or too minimal. Accessories helped put the focus on the duality of the lineup: while the sailing bags and the leather sandals exuded classic elegance, the multipocket bags and chunky boots offered the most functional and cutting-edge essence of Andrew’s fashion proposal for

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Salvatore Ferragamo to Stage Men’s Show at Pitti Uomo

MILAN — Salvatore Ferragamo will unveil its spring 2020 men’s wear collection in the brand’s native city, Florence.
The luxury fashion house will stage a runway show on June 11 during international men’s trade show Pitti Uomo.
Following three seasons of coed shows hosted during the women’s editions of Milan Fashion Week, Salvatore Ferragamo will hold the “Florence Calling” event dedicated to its men’s wear collection, designed by creative director Paul Andrew with the support of Guillaume Meilland, head of men’s wear. Andrew has recently put on hold his namesake footwear line to focus exclusively on the design of Salvatore Ferragamo men’s and women collections.
“Florence has always been a creative and inspirational platform for Salvatore Ferragamo and for our founder. Pitti Uomo is therefore the natural location for expressing the contemporary vision that represents us today: strong cultural continuity between different generations, with a constant eye to the future,” Andrew said.
“It is an opportunity for emphasizing our DNA, that added value that makes us distinctly unique,” he added.
Salvatore Ferragamo chairman Ferruccio Ferragamo put the focus on the special link between the company and its native city.
“Florence is our heart, a part of our history,” Ferragamo said. “At a moment of great consolidation

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Salvatore Ferragamo Pre-Fall 2019

The company’s rich archives, the vivid colors of 16th-century painter Bronzino, whose paintings are on show at the Galleria degli Uffizi in Florence, as well as the effortless sartorial elegance of iconic men, including Mick Jagger and John Kennedy Jr., served as inspiration for the Salvatore Ferragamo women’s and men’s pre-fall collection.
During a walk-through at the company’s Milanese headquarters, women’s creative director Paul Andrew and men’s design director Guillaume Meilland put the focus on the coherent attitude running through the women’s and men’s looks. These actually exuded the same luxurious elegance, revealing the high-end craftsmanship deeply rooted in the brand’s heritage.
Taking a step back from the dark tones of the last few collections, the designers played with a lighter, more lively color palette, including bright green, orange, red and ice gray. Constructions were also softened to welcome a sense of relaxed sophistication. For example, upscale padded coats were crafted from silky fabrics, men’s shearling and leather jackets and women’s suede trenchcoats were cut in clean, lean silhouettes, while chic suits revealed a deconstructed approach.
Knitwear took center stage with precious plissé skirts, dresses showing built-in ties to wrap around the neck and embroidered cashmere sweaters. Archival prints were revamped included the

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Eraldo Poletto to Exit Salvatore Ferragamo

MILAN — Eraldo Poletto, chief executive officer of Salvatore Ferragamo SpA, is leaving the Florence-based company effective March 8, following the approval of the 2017 financial statements.
Poletto had joined the company from Furla in 2016.

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Shailene Woodley Attends Salvatore Ferragamo Show

A PERFECT STORM: A few weeks after the announcement — and ensuing media frenzy — that the second season of “Big Little Lies” was definitely happening, Shailene Woodley confessed she “didn’t think anyone had expectations” about the series.
“There were no plans to do a second season, but the audience that watched the first begged for a second one,” she said ahead of the Salvatore Ferragamo show.

Shailene Woodley 
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Flanked by Danai Gurira, Virginia Gardner and Jack Lowden, Woodley said she was still awed by filming “Adrift,” due out this summer. It’s based on the true story of Tami Oldham, played by Woodley, and Richard Sharp, played by Sam Claflin, of “surviving in a class-five hurricane with little food for 43 days,” said the actress.

Virginia Gardner, Danai Gurira and Shailene Woodley. 
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“It was amazing, we filmed around Fiji — the elements, the nature…it was a profound experience and if I think that we were only pretending but someone actually did it, it was really inspiring.” To be true to the part, Woodley also had to lose weight, but she was game. “It was only for a short period of time,” she said with a smile.

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Salvatore Ferragamo to Host Coed Show in February

MILAN — Salvatore Ferragamo is the latest Milan-based label to combine its men’s and women’s shows.
Next February, during Milan Women’s Fashion Week, the Florentine company will host a coed runway show to unveil its men’s and women’s fall 2018 collections, designed by Guillaume Meilland and Paul Andrew, respectively.

A look from Salvatore Ferragamo’s RTW spring 2018 collection. 
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The show will mark the ready-to-wear debut of Andrew, who was previously women’s footwear creative director and was appointed creative director of the women’s line last October. He succeeded Fulvio Rigoni.
SEE ALSO: Paul Andrew Appointed Women’s Creative Director of Salvatore Ferragamo >>

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According to a statement from Ferragamo, the decision to unify the two runway shows “reflects the strategy of the brand aimed at harmonizing the men’s and women’s collections in a market which requires a stronger and defined positioning with precise stylistic codes.”
Next February, Gucci, Etro and Jil Sander will be among the fashion houses hosting coed runway shows in Milan.

Guillaume Meilland 
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OTB, Salvatore Ferragamo Scoop Up the ‘Corporate Art Awards’

FASHION PATRONS: OTB Group and Salvatore Ferragamo scooped up a prize each, as part of the second edition of the “Corporate Art Awards,” which lauds the synergies between private firms and institutions on art-related patronage.
The award ceremony took place in Rome on Wednesday, at the presence of Dario Franceschini, Italian Minister of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism.
OTB, the fashion group owned by Renzo Rosso, was bestowed with one of the four special awards reserved to private firms. The company was enrolled in this year’s awards after financing the restoration of Venice’s 16th-century iconic Ponte di Rialto bridge. OTB in 2014 had pledged to donate $ 6.5 million over a three-year period and the restoration works were completed last Spring.
Salvatore Ferragamo Group was given the special “Art Bonus” prize, as a reward for the Florentine company’s effort to fund the restoration of the Fountain of Neptune, located on the central Piazza della Signoria, in Florence. Restoration works — which included the makeover of the fountain’s system as well as its sculptural elements — are supposed to be completed by the end of 2018. The firm donated the sum of $ 1.7 million.

The Fountain of Neptune in Florence’s Piazza della Signoria. 
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Salvatore Ferragamo Appoints Paul Andrew Creative Director, Women’s Collections

MILAN — The trifecta format didn’t work.
On Thursday, Salvatore Ferragamo revealed that Paul Andrew, who had joined the company as women’s footwear director in September last year, will now be in charge of the women’s wear ready-to-wear line as well. His first collection for the brand in this new role will bow for fall 2018. Andrew will oversee the development of all women’s product categories, as well as the creative contents of all marketing, communication and image activities.
The appointment was made public after trading hours in Milan, where the Florence-based company is listed. Shares closed down 1.51 percent to 22.79 euros.
In November 2016, Fulvio Rigoni was appointed women’s ready-to-wear design director and Guillaume Meilland as men’s rtw design director. Rigoni debuted his looks on the catwalk in September 2016, but his efforts have received a mixed response, while Andrew’s footwear collections have generally been praised.
“Paul has a dynamic vision for the Ferragamo woman, which he has demonstrated with crystal precision and success in footwear over the past year,” said chief executive officer Eraldo Poletto. “He has a sensitivity for the essential codes and values of the Ferragamo house, and is able to recast and reassert them with an exciting, modern energy. I

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Salvatore Ferragamo Opens First Store in Phnom Penh

Even as it slows the opening of new stores in 2016, Salvatore Ferragamo continues to plant its flag in new markets. The Florence-based firm has opened its first boutique in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, in the luxury Vattanac Capital mall. The store covers around 1,944 square feet and carries the brand’s men’s and women’s bags, shoes, leather goods, silk accessories and eyewear.
The unit is modeled after the design concept of other Ferragamo stores with rich textures and finishes including Nabuk leather, limestone and walnut wood veneer.
As of Dec. 31, the company had 660 monobrand stores.
Cambodia has been working on  reshaping itself to cater to local  and foreign consumers with high-end tastes. The Vattanac Capital Tower opened in January 2015, marketed as a luxury commercial space, and is home to brands such as Longchamp and Hugo Boss.

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Salvatore Ferragamo Men’s FQ2030013 F-80 Stainless Steel Watch

Salvatore Ferragamo Men’s FQ2030013 F-80 Stainless Steel Watch


Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A, founded in 1927, is the parent company of the Ferragamo Group, one of the major players in the luxury goods industry, which focuses on the creation, manufacture and sale of footwear, leather goods, clothing, silk products, other accessories and perfumes for men and women, all Made in Italy. The product range is completed by eyewear and watches, manufactured under license by third parties in Italy and abroad, in order to make good use of local skills. The unique, exclusive design which has always distinguished the groups products is obtained by combining style, creativity and innovation with the quality and craftsmanship typical of Italian-made goods. Salvatore Ferragamo products have been made since the 1960s in a select network of workshops. The group also develops and distributes perfumes under the Salvatore Ferragamo and Emanuel Ungaro brands, through its subsidiary Ferragamo Parfums. With over 3.000 employees and an extensive network of 586 single-brand stores, the Ferragamo Group is present in Italy and worldwide through companies which enable it to cover the European, American and Asian markets. In particular, the Ferragamo Group is present in 26 countries through a network of directly operated (DOS) Salvatore Ferragamo single-brand stores (retail channel), which totalled 317 on September 30, 2011. Stainless steel case with a black rubber strap. Fixed bezel. Black dial with silver-tone hands and Arabic numeral/index hour markers. Minute markers around the outer rim. Dial Type: Analog. Luminescent markers. Date display at the 4 oclock position. Quartz movement. Isa 8171/204 engine. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Screw down crown. Solid case back. Case diameter: 43.5 mm. Case thickness: 13 mm. Round case shape. Band width: 25 mm. Fold over with safety clasp. Water resistant at 100 meters / 330 feet. Functions: chronograph, date, hour, minute, second. Additional Info: tachymeter within inner bezel. Sport watch style. Watch label: Sw

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