Salvatore Ferragamo will launch the brand’s latest handbag collection, Fiamma, at its show in Milan on Sunday.
Designed by creative director Massimiliano Giornetti, the collection is inspired by the Ferragamo family’s history. The name itself comes from Salvatore Ferragamo’s daughter Fiamma, who served as the brand’s leather accessories and shoe designer for almost 40 years. “The Fiamma bag was designed with the notion of creating a handbag that reflects the spirit of Salvatore Ferragamo and his legacy while paying tribute to his late daughter, Fiamma, and her contribution to the house,” said Giornetti. “Fiamma Ferragamo embodied the dynamism, creativity and innovation of her father, and created the house’s first handbag collection.”
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