Salvatore Ferragamo Fall Winter 2019 - Milan Fashion Week

Salvatore Ferragamo Fall/Winter 2019 – Milan Fashion Week


Paul Andrew – who was promoted last week to creative director – and Guillaume Meilland (men’s ready-to-wear design director and studio director) explored for Salvatore Ferragamo Fall/Winter 2019 the idea of family, the cultural continuity between generations, and quiet power that distinguishes the fashion house.
The revelation came in a kaleidoscopic display of identity and all its nuance: impossible to characterize in one attitude or gesture, their men and women refuse easy definitions and instinctively embrace a politics of togetherness. Patchworks of suede, nappa, snake and lizard in women’s accessories and ready-to-wear speak to this prevailing notion of multiplicity and allude to Mr. Ferragamo’s ubiquitous multicolor patchwork wedge of 1942 while tailored garments were imagined with an outdoor sensibility frame for men.

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