The Salvatore Ferragamo Fall/Winter 15/16 collection by Massimiliano Giornetti revolves around the idea of unaligned rigour. The overall simplicity of lines is stirred by controlled asymmetries, brightened by the material tactility of the surfaces, the juxtapositions of textures and densities; multiplied by graphic elements and underlined by contrasts.
The search for haute craftsmanship highlights one of the leading traits of Ferragamo aesthetics, the expression of manual dexterity alongside inventiveness and intuition, rigorous method and experimental freedom.
The palette for the Women’s collection is concentrated and captivating, full of harmonious contrasts: black, deep green, brown, touches of yellow, ivory, red and fuchsia. Materials are particular and inviting, consisting of wool crêpe, double cashmere and stretch jersey.
The idea of multiple materials and precise design stands out in the rigorous yet eccentric accessories. The sandals with sculpted heels are realised with combinations of crocodile, python, and suede. Shoulder bags with rounded flaps pair mink with matte or shiny leather.
Little cross-body bags designed in fur accompany striped bucket bags that reveal flashes of contrasting lining. Knotted bracelets in metal, mink and belts in twisted origami seal the search for a blurred and whimsical accuracy.
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