Salvatore Ferragamo’s spring-summer 2022 men’s collection is the brand’s first physical fashion show since the pandemic, and the exit of Paul Andrew, Ferragamo’s former creative director, and Micaela le Divelec Lemmi, Ferragamo’s former CEO, to be succeeded by Marco Gobbetti next year. With these profound changes underway, the fashion house prepares for a new chapter.
Unveiled during Milan Fashion Week, the Rotonda della Besana served as the setting for Salvatore Ferragamo’s new menswear collection. The lineup boasts the name of a “Tale of Summer.” Fittingly so, the Ferragamo man walks into the future with optimism and a relaxed state of mind.
The season unfolds with rainbow-colored hues and neutral tones, which reflect the perfect summer vibe. Fluid tailoring ranges from loose and relaxed to fitted, emphasizing a heightened sense of effortless chic dressing. Meanwhile, this idea materialized with lightweight knits, long coats, billowing trousers, and more.
Salvatore Ferragamo’s spring offering includes the revival of tiger prints on shirts and crochet textured cardigans for a touch of excitement. It provides the familiar and carefree feeling of a summer afternoon that leads to gorgeous views of the sunset. The evolving color palette of the collection further shows the sleek transition of the season.