Salvatore Ferragamo recently presented its spring-summer 2019 collection during Milan Fashion Week. The Italian label looks to its rich heritage to deliver tradition to an audience that spans the generations. Women’s creative director Paul Andrew talks about working with men’s creative director Guillaume Meilland.
Together with Guillaume, I’m working to make a Salvatore Ferragamo that not only appeals to all generations but also serve as a connection point between them the soul of this house resides in the artistic and technical genius designs. Andrew continues,
Salvatore shoes, his genius never gets old, and that’s where we start with this collection. Monochromatic style reigns with a ready to layer wardrobe. Relaxed tailoring is front and center with lightweight coats, pleated trousers, boxy shorts, Cuban-collared shirts, and more.