It Expects that Salvatore Ferragamo Lords in The Collection Autumn/Winter

Once more, the Italian company Salvatore Ferragamo we met one of the hotels most beautiful in Madrid, the Hotel Santo Mauro to present the novelties of winter coming.

An array of media and glamour, perfect setting for the finest proposals. Female supplements I have spoken in depth my colleague Almudena, which took note of all those proud shoes, bags, coats and boots, who returned to create our needs that we didn’t have to get closer to the calle Zurbano.

I’m going to comment how Salvatore Ferragamo sees the man in the coming season.

Ferragamo man is elegant and fairly timeless, with slight concessions to modernity, which can be seen in small details such as small details on jackets and coats. The mixture of different tissues in the same garment, how to use wool and skin (a must in Ferragamo), mixed with the new fabric of fashion, fashion, neoprene is the King. Reversible garments or shoes with Type “tank” sole They underline this new man who proclaims Salvatore Ferragamo.

If the Italian firm is really groundbreaking in their male line is for the shoes. Where it seems that no more than where take, imagination and Italian design full of small details such as almost imperceptible lines red, original edge or the rubber-soled bicolor multilayer.

We have seen a man Salvatore Ferragamo very urban, an elegant, classic sport style with hints of modernity, biker jackets, short coats, dark neutrals and color and the fantasy of the scarves and scarves. Leather goods become absolute protagonists of the menswear collection, where technology, the hand of tradition brings new textures, rubber and natural skin (unbelievably soft) or hand bags backpacks with edging and multifunction.

And finally a significant mention of male fragrance. If Signorina dazzled us, Acqua Essenziale, us Dayan to children, thats Lords as Lords, so elegant and arranged with a smell of vetiver…

A great job of Massimiliano Giornetti This Salvatore Ferragamo autumn winter 2013-2014

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