Guillaume Meilland set the tone for his debut collection at the Florentine fashion house with the jazzy strains of Serge Gainsbourg’s “New York, U.S.A.and a lineup of fashions with a number of laid-again, city aptitude. The brand’s new men’s put on director was trying to channel the power and cultural variety that Ferragamo’s southern Italian founder Salvatore Ferragamo drew from his first journeys to the American metropolis. “I imagined this young man hitting the large metropolis armed along with his natural, easy elegance,he said.
The gathering stuffed with layering, knitwear and eye-catching patterns and textures had a whiff of the Seventies, as in the flared go well with trousers with small cuffs, worn over loafers with a tie-dyed impact. Meilland paired those same go well with trousers and other slim, cropped ones with chunky knits or others carried out in delicate chenille or stripes, often finishing the look with lengthy topcoats in plaids or solids.
There was loads of outerwear, including a midnight blue calf hair coat with a convertible zip hood; one performed in alternating strips of textured leather-based and shearling, and a standout white one lined with navy blue shearling. Jackets ranged from a moto style in off-white leather-based to a warming shearling bomber to a velvety, fitted shirt jacket in smoky gray.
Salvatore Ferragamo Men’s Fall 2017
Footwear was, naturally, a standout, with chunky soled boots, loafers and lace ups in a range of leathers.
Refreshingly, there was barely a whiff of ath-leisure, which has dominated Milan’s runways the previous couple of seasons. Along with his first collection Meilland selected to mild one other path, one with classy, straightforward items that can nonetheless make heads turn on a metropolis street.