Signature Collection: Modern Sophistication By Salvatore Ferragamo

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It was merely 1927 when a young Salvatore Ferragamo opened his first shop in Florence, Italy. Today his eponymous fashion empire continues to honor his legacy with three generations of shoemaking and a dedicated clientele of devoted enthusiasts. The house also designs one-of-a-kind, bespoke accoutrements including (but not limited to) dainty coin purses, custom belts, and silk scarves. Furthermore, they recently debuted a signature timepiece collection. The 38 mm, stainless steel, gold and two-tone finishes on the pieces in the collection feature the designer’s iconic “Gancio” emblem as well as authentic Swiss craftsmanship. Sapphire crystal envelops the signature quartz face leading the eye to the luxurious, elaphe snakeskin straps and chic, adjustable buckle. A degradé, sunray guilloché dial and curved diamond trim add the final, pristine touches. In a mix of bold and muted tones – cherry, nude, champagne, orange, pink, grey, and beige – the styles resonate with the incredibly modish female. Interested patrons can also hand-select coordinating shades to match their luxe timepiece. These oversized, Sixties femme, curved metal trim sunglasses adorned in silky, exotic karung snakeskin, evoke stylish ingenuity and round out the collection rather seamlessly. Find your exquisite pairing on ferragamo.com.

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Annie DeMuth

Covering such high-profile events as runway shows, charity receptions, and luxury galas, Annie DeMuth is a cultured and gifted young writer with an intricate insider knowledge of both fashion design and the fashion industry. She boasts extensive experience in fashion copywriting and has interviewed, reported on, and penned countless stories covering a wide variety of topics — from controversial news to fashion and culture — including a number of notable profiles on luxury fashion designers and prestigious fashion design houses.

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