Salvatore Ferragamo’s Strength of Simplicity

Now entering the Dark Ages. Navy blue and slate grey were about as bright as the Salvatore Ferragamo runway got yesterday—a lack-of-color story that worked well with the collection’s sleek, finely tailored aesthetic. Creative director Massimiliano Giornetti centered on “architectural neatness” for fall/winter 2013, resulting in sharp collars, peekaboo sheers and short, asymmetrical hemlines. But we couldn’t stop gazing at the shoes—in particular, the pointed-toe boots with T-strap cutouts. They epitomize dark, downtown edge—and a girl too cool for color.

-Mary O’Regan

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