The latest offering, the first without creative director Massimiliano Giornettito, who exited last season, was envisioned by Ferragamo’s design team and offered travel-wear elements such as fanny packs, oversized cargo pockets on suits and seriously industrial grade-looking shoes.
Instead of your traditional monk strap, the label offered a similar silhouette done in burnished leather and mesh, with the top of the vamp containing two hexagon that read as heavy metal studs (it was actually shaped leather with a metallic finish).
Sandals also had the bulky shape to it, with thick rubber soles meant for exploring. Every luxury house this season seems to have a mandal — at least they tried a different shape here, though unsure if it was the right one. It treaded into dad-sandal territory.
Dressier shoes in the collection included lace-up oxfords with graphic yellow soles and piping. A ray of sunshine in a mostly neutral palette, and a nice continuation from last season’s colorful paint splatter dress shoes.
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