The Touch­ables

Awash with tex­tu­ral, sculp­tural el­e­ments, Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo’s spring/sum­mer 2015 col­lec­tion prom­ises to add some se­ri­ous sen­su­al­ity to your warm-weather wardrobe

Hong Kong Tatler - - Salvatore Ferragamo | Tatler Focus -

An in­cred­i­ble, al­most ma­ni­a­cal at­ten­tion to de­tail has al­ways been a call­ing card of Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo. But this sea­son’s col­lec­tion, as di­vined by Mas­si­m­il­iano Gior­netti, takes crafts­man­ship to stag­ger­ing new heights. A med­ley of ma­te­ri­als, prints and em­bel­lish­ments cul­mi­nate in a ver­i­ta­ble feast for the senses, yet de­spite this whim­si­cal mix of three-di­men­sional tex­ture, the col­lec­tion main­tains an air of re­straint, thanks to pre­cise tailor­ing and crisp, clean lines. This is Fer­rag­amo, af­ter all.

Frocks with long, fluid lines cre­ate a flow­ing, seam­less ef­fect, while coats and capes are cinched at the waist with snakeskin belts—a rep­til­ian ref­er­ence that is re­it­er­ated through­out the col­lec­tion. Although the sil­hou­ettes and hem­lines are kept some­what de­mure, the col­lec­tion tempts and teases with sliv­ers of skin that evoke an un­der­stated sex­i­ness. A glimpse of an­kle here, a shot of shoul­der there; it’s all very rem­i­nis­cent of a by­gone era, up­dated with a de­cid­edly mod­ern sen­si­bil­ity.

In­spired by the process of cre­at­ing Mu­rano glass, the col­lec­tion’s colour pal­ette in­cor­po­rates warm neu­trals in­ter­spersed with bright flecks of shim­mer and metal­lic

chic de­tails The lat­est ac­ces­sories fea­ture a nat­u­ral colour pal­ette and an­i­mal print em­bel­lish­ments

COLOUR­FUL SWIRLS This sea­son’s pat­terns were in­spired by the process of cre­at­ing Mu­rano glass

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