Inspired by its historic archives, Salavator Ferragamo launched its Pre-Spring collection for 2018. Adding a joyful touch to grace and femininity with, the collection’s color palette includes several color hues starting from sharp black and gold to saturated bright colors like begonia and lemon leaf. The collection ranges from the ready-to-wear to shoes and handbags. However, silk foulards are the stars of the show.
For the second season, Paul Andrew is the women’s footwear design director. Andrew’s affection for the floral pattern appears on every piece of the collection. He created digital prints inspired from his tour in London’s flower market. He used them on single toe pump and as ankle wrap on patent leather sandals. Florals are also embroidered into the textured motif of a rib-knit lurex bootie and was a part of the laser-cut design of the strappy sandals. And for Ferragamo’s iconic Vara Pump; he took it into a new shape, multi-layered, oversized grosgrain bow inspired by Andrew’s favorite flower, the peony.
The new collection demonstrates Ferragamo’s brilliance in using his rainbow color pattern with the house symbols. Our belovelies Vara Bow and Floral Heel have taken trendy form now. you can use them as hardware on a turn-lock, chain-link bag. Surprisingly, a new model is with us this season for the first time. It has contemporary top handle tote crafted in leather with contrast side panels and architectural hardware. As for, the evening clutch with the oversized gancio; it is much fresher with the bright colors and with contrast flower motifs.
The shirt dress is the mark of Ferragamo’s collection for Spring. Whether it is made of linen/viscose or cotton poplin combined with silk, it certainly makes a statement this season! While for the silk foulards, floral prints took a different shape. A blown-up tulip shows up on them to match the new collection. Slouchy pant suit with safari style jacket and a long tank dress with side buttons are still favorites this season!