La mode de Ferragamo et l’art au Musée du Louvre

Italian high fashion brand, Salvatore Ferragamo mixed fashion into art this week in France.

The Louvre show introduced Florentine designs with astounding creativity accompanied by masterpieces that featured a cultural Parisian runway.

Salvatore Ferragamo Resort 2013 in the Louvre, Paris. Photo: AFP.

The recent Salvatore Ferragamo collection showcased Italian fine art with the spotlight on embellished leather, intricate and silky nude womenswear.

The exhibition was an artistic sample of traditional Tuscany, also one of the longest built catwalks at 140 meters long proving that brand known for footwear has fashionable gladiator sandals and python boots which can last a lifetime.

Salvatore Ferragamo boutiques are emerging and spanning worldwide from Mexico to China. Successfully, Ferragamo made history by pushing the fashion industry with vibrant colors. Visit Vogue for more photos of Salvatore Ferragamo’s pre-Spring/Summer RTW 2013 collection.

2 thoughts on “La mode de Ferragamo et l’art au Musée du Louvre

  1. if runway modles are walking billbords, and if all of contemporary edvertising sells people a lifestlye not a product, then why do all runway modles look so unhappy all the time?

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