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Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo opens a new chap­ter in its his­tory.

Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo opens a new chap­ter in its his­tory.

The con­tem­po­rary move­ment has caught on at the house of Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo, with its Au­tumn/ Win­ter 2018 Col­lec­tion, Patch­work of Char­ac­ters, em­brac­ing change and mak­ing state­ments in the most stylishly be­spoke of ways. The col­lec­tion does away with gen­der­ing its cloth­ing and fo­cuses on ex­on­er­at­ing the glo­ri­ous mul­ti­plic­ity of the world to­day in a ‘Fer­ra­garis­toc­racy’. This line is meant to be viewed as a com­mit­ment by the fash­ion house to con­stantly progress for­ward as it keeps con­tem­po­rary cul­ture and its move­ment thriv­ing.

With clas­sic Fer­rag­amo pieces found in the col­lec­tion to ground the looks, the Patch­work of Char­ac­ters is as eclec­tic as it sounds. From deaf­en­ingly loud colours to rich tex­tures, the de­for­malised sil­hou­ettes of the col­lec­tion remixes tra­di­tional de­signs and out­lines with a heavy-handed pour of con­tem­po­rary cre­ativ­ity for a col­lec­tion wor­thy of the Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo name. Paul An­drew, the Creative Di­rec­tor of Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo, said his unique de­sign was in­spired by the dy­nam­ic­ity of the world to­day. “I want Fer­rag­amo to as­sert a dis­tinctly spe­cial voice. The best way to do that is to be col­lab­o­ra­tive, in­clu­sive and open – which is why I’m so ex­cited to be work­ing along­side tal­ents like Guil­laume (Meil­land), Har­ley ( Weir), and this pow­er­ful cast of mod­els. To­gether we’ve found a har­mony that truly re­flects the bold and pos­i­tive change that’s afoot at Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo.”

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