“A woman ready for a journey” is how creative director Massimiliano Giornetti described the inspiration behind Salvatore Ferragamo’s first pre-fall collection, which he showcased in the stunning Royal Hall of the Milano Centrale railway station. The opulent pieces were infused, Giornetti said, with a “bourgeois mood, but with a touch of eccentricity.” A plethora of pleated suede miniskirts were embellished with snakeskin intarsia, which also appeared on cashmere cardigans, while silk argyle shirtdresses, featuring matching ties, were paired with checkered double-breasted short coats.

“A woman ready for a journey” is how creative director Massimiliano Giornetti described the inspiration behind Salvatore Ferragamo’s first pre-fall collection, which he showcased in the stunning Royal Hall of the Milano Centrale railway station. The opulent pieces were infused, Giornetti said, with a “bourgeois mood, but with a touch of eccentricity.” A plethora of pleated suede miniskirts were embellished with snakeskin intarsia, which also appeared on cashmere cardigans, while silk argyle shirtdresses, featuring matching ties, were paired with checkered double-breasted short coats.

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