By  on November 6, 2017

HONG KONG — Not all good things come in threes — at least not at Salvatore Ferragamo, which after a year of being led by three separate designers has winnowed its creative leadership to two positions.

On Oct. 5, Paul Andrew was elevated from his position of head of accessories to oversee all of the women’s business — apparel included — while Guillaume Meilland remains responsible for men’s ready to wear. It caps off an extended period of maneuvering that saw the departure of long-time chief executive officer Michele Norsa, succeeded by Eraldo Poletto, as the house recalibrates itself in hopes of extending beyond its repute as an icon of shoes.

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