LOOKBOOK: Salvatore Ferragamo Spring/Summer 2022 Runway

After a full 12 months, Salvatore Ferragamo finally returned with a physical show format with its Spring Summer 2022 collection at the historic Rotonda della Besana. Calling it a "Tale of Summer", the house drew "inspiration from the spectrum of beauty and recontextualises it for a new time: for the now", states the show notes. The house also referenced its rich archives and looked to 1960s and 1970s cinema to create clothing that defied traditional stereotypes. The results: Asymmetrical cut-outs on dresses, plunging necklines that met at the waist to melt into pleats, and the tricky tiger print was fused with a repurposed 1970s Ferragamo floral foulard overprinted onto a loose-yarn tiger-stripe jacquard (a collaboration with Parisian artist Julien Colombier). Shoes and bags too were among the highlights of the show. Click through for all the looks from the collection.


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