Salvatore Ferragamo’s Men collection (and Resort 2021 too) was created with a very specific idea in mind: Scandinavian design and its essentiality, which often rhymes with refinement. In the same way, the sustainable vocation of the collection comes from the Northern countries too, which is made with organic or recycled materials (such as leather for example). One of the main objectives of Paul Andrew, creative director of the fashion house, is to decrease the environmental impact of Ferragamo, and this requires two different but joint actions, playing together: decrease production on one side and use, a conscientious production process on the other .
Thus, both clothes for her and for him are clean and simple, although obviously impeccable. Especially when it comes to the visible stitching and the contrast between suede and beige knit of the third dress. The animal print suit is very interesting, for the print itself and also for the relaxed shape, giving movement to the whole. It is a joyful lookbook, precisely because of its freshness. And that’s exactly what we need: a lightness that, however, manages to make us feel in full control of ourselves.
Cover image courtesy: Salvatore Ferragamo via vogue.com