Salvatore Ferragamo’s creative director Guillaume Meilland is determined to take the Florentine house in a more modern, casual-luxe and gender-fluid direction.
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Presented in the neoclassical Sala delle Cariatidi of Palazzo Reale, in the heart of Milan’s Piazza Duomo, a stone’s throw from Piazza Duomo, the Fall/Winter 2022 collection showed a new approach to casual wear that can be created, selected and worn in a similar way to evening wear. In this way, Meilland deconstructed the codes of casual and then reconstructed them in the Ferragamo’s high-end craftsmanship, emphasizing a slender, modern silhouette, slightly inspired by the ’60s.
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