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August 31 2014

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37 posts tagged "Salvatore Ferragamo"

Gisele Glow

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A few photos of Gisele Bündchen’s Salvatore Ferragamo Spring ’12 ad campaign debuted at the end of December, but this morning the label released more images with the Brazilian beauty standing alongside model Noah Mills. (“I couldn’t see any other man standing by Gisele’s side, equaling her force and sensuality and maintaining her unaltered elegance,” Ferragamo creative director Massimiliano Giornetti said in a statement released by the label today.) The two, photographed by Mikael Jansson, are pictured basking in the endless summer sun at Golden Eye Resort in Jamaica. Equally as radiant as their glowing tans are the vibrant colors Giornetti used for the Spring collection. Here, a few of the latest images.

Photo: Courtesy of Salvatore Ferragamo

E-Commerce, A Ferragamo First

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“Ferragamo was my first big international campaign when I started modeling,” Elettra Wiedemann tells Style.com. “The house has always had special meaning for me.”

This week, she returns to the fold, serving as the exclusive model for the label’s online Fall 2011 trunk show, which marks the first time the Italian brand’s ready-to-wear offerings will be available on the Web. (Its current e-tail shop is accessories-only.) Wiedemann still remembers her first Ferragamo purchase. “I bought a pair of flats when I first started modeling to help my feet run around Milan and Paris to castings,” she says. This Friday, you can get your own—along with Fall’s houndstooth dresses, fur coats, glittering clutches, and more.

The Fall 2011 trunk sale begins this Friday, August 5, at trunkshow.ferragamo.com.

Photo: Courtesy of Salvatore Ferragamo

On Our Radar: Aquazzura

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Edgardo Osorio, the designer behind the new shoe collection Aquazzura, knows the luxury market. He’s spent ten years working with Salvatore Ferragamo, René Caovilla, and Roberto Cavalli, where most recently he’s been directing all of the label’s shoes, on and off the runway. But he also knows that not everyone can manage the luxury price point and that the market sorely needs options between the mass and the luxe. The Colombian-born, Florence-based designer, who was raised between Miami and London, aims to fill the gap. His shoes come in cashmere suede and baby calf, tricked out with anklet-chain details and adjustable-strap closures for a perfect fit, but top out at around $450 a pair. No wonder Barneys has already expressed interest.

Photo: Courtesy of Aquazzura

What’s Black And White And Pink All Over?

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Our Fall Accessory Report, of course. For our biannual guide, senior market editor Marina Larroude picked the trends of the season, from the envelope clutch to the new loafer to anything and everything with a sprinkling of feathers and fur. Her complete picks are live here. And if that’s not enough bags, shoes, and jewelry for the accessory obsessives out there, you can glut yourself on the Fall ’11 Accessories Index, our comprehensive guide to almost 5,000 (!) of the seasons’ best. Happy browsing.

Above: Loafer by Pollini; pump by Gianvito Rossi; clutch by Salvatore Ferragamo.

Photos: Courtesy of Pollini; Courtesy of Gianvito Rossi; Courtesy of Salvatore Ferragamo

Yea, Nay, Or Eh? Kristen Bell In Bloom

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The look in Burlesque may be all rhinestones, all the time—thanks to a little help from Swarovski, of course—but the look at Burlesque‘s London premiere was a hint more demure. Cher may have gone all-out for the London carpet with a bright orange wig and lacy, black Julien MacDonald, but co-star Kristen Bell played a more ladylike card: this sweet, back-pleated, floral-print dress from Stella McCartney’s Resort ’11 collection. With stick-straight hair and satin Ferragamo pumps, Bell lets the print do the work. We’d say the shift is a little short for January temperatures—it’s been hovering around 30 degrees Fahrenheit in London—but she’s putting on a brave face. What do you think of her blossoming look: yea, nay, or eh?

Photo: David Fisher/Rex/Rex USA