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Salvatore Ferragamo – China Expansion

Salvatore Ferragamo Expands into China

Present in the Chinese market since 1994, Salvatore Ferragamo is further developing its business in China. The fashion company announced the launch of two mono-brand stores, one in UNESCO’s protected Kunming location, and another in China’s third most important city Guiyang.

The Kunming store is situated inside of Ginko department store Shinguang shop, which is one of the shopping destinations of the city. This store is set over 256m2 and features different product lines from Ferragamo. Occupying a surface of 151m2, the Guiyang store houses in the only shopping centre of the city. Both of the boutiques are designed according the Ferragamo design concept following a sophisticated and modern architecture.

Dating back to 1927, the Salvatore Ferragamo SpA is the parent company of the Group featuring luxury accessories, fragrances and clothing for men and women. Italian craftsmanship breaths through the brand that is available in 578 mono-brand stores in Europe, US and Asia.

Salvatore Ferragamo Casual Shoes

Salvatore Ferragamo Casual Shoes

Salvatore Ferragamo is letting its hair down for a good cause.

On Sunday night, the company launched a new line of casual men’s shoes, labeled Ferragamo World, consisting of six different styles including desert boots, moccasins and sportier pieces, all with a youthful, less-formal feel.

The manufacturing process was designed with an environmental aspect, using water-based adhesives and water tanning.

A portion of the revenues from the sales of the Ferragamo World products will go to Acumen Fund, which provides drinking water and clean energy to poverty-stricken countries, including India, Pakistan and those in East Africa. Via FN.

Salvatore Ferragamo Menswear S/S 2011

Salvatore Ferragamo Menswear S/S 2011

Not a hair out of place and always perfectly dressed, the Salvatore Ferragamo gent reminds us that the “old world charm” that seem to exist only in movies actually lives on and there are still men who adhere to its strict dress code.

Dressing the Salvatore Ferragamo gent for Spring 2011, Massimiliano Giornetti, Creative Director of the brand, proposes crisp navy blazers, spiffy striped jackets, loose fitting pants and finished with sandals and shoes, which by the way is still the real collection to see.