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Monday, October 1, 2007

Salvatore Ferragamo Spring 2008 Collection: Sexy, Chic & Complete


Milan Fashion Week has come to an end, but I've saved the best for last. Women whose style relies on chic pieces that exude their own brand of sexiness without coming off as vulgar will appreciate the subtle sensuality imbued into every part of Salvatore Ferragamo's Spring '08 collection. Sheer caftans, loosely-cut blouses and flared pants comprise the staples of this thoughtful collection. Blasts of color brought out the best in the heavily 70s-themed show. The silhouettes were slightly bohemian while retaining a contemporary feel due in part to a wide array of fabulous accessories.
Salvatore Ferragamo is a label known mostly for shoes and handbags, and it certainly remained true to its' core fan base of fashionistas that look to the brand for impeccable construction and understated style. Women will certainly get their fair share of well-designed handbags from SF come spring, but as for understated arm candy, well, maybe not so much.
Totes and clutches retained their classic appeal with the ever-present signature gancini decorative accents, but a reliance on exotics and bold colors made the spring collection anything but understated. The standout pieces, snake-skin totes with belted lace-thru detailing as well as colorful frame top handbags, exemplified the sexy yet chic nature of Salvatore Ferragamo's spring collection. From tops to skirts to shoes and bags, this vintage-inspired line requires nothing more to make it a complete success.
Photos via Elle.com

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