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To the tune of George Michael’s “Freedom! ’90,” Carla Bruni, Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford and Helena Christensen closed the Versace show in Milan, statuesque in sparkling gold dresses. The return of the 1990s supermodels spread like wildfire through Instagram.

On the 20th anniversary of her brother’s death, Donatella, standing arm in arm with her muses, paid tribute to the groundbreaking work of the late Gianni Versace. Featuring prints and designs he created, the show was alive with the spirit of Gianni’s most influential decade and reaffirmed the trend we’ve seen throughout the season: the ’90s are back in a major way.

From brown lipliner to sleek blowouts, see how the decade’s glamazon beauty permeated Fashion Month. Plus, shop these products to create your own original super look.


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Creamy Cocktails and Risqué Dancing Last Night at the Ferragamo x Bloglovin’ New York Fashion Week Party

Bloggers at Ferragamo's NYFW partyA bloggers’ who’s who at the Ferragamo x Bloglovin’ NYFW party at The Box

“There’s over 138 bloggers here,” we overheard someone say at the Ferragamo x Bloglovin’ party at The Box last night. It made sense, because everybody looked KIND OF familiar. It’s like, “Oh, are you a friend of a friend or did I see you on like, Raya, or something?”

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Basically everyone there was really tall and good looking. In the main room we spotted the lovely Suarez sisters, Natalie and Dylana, and the recently brunette Lisa Dengler, while upstairs on the balcony Nicolette Mason and Christian Siriano’s other half, Brad Walsh, Snapchatted and selfied over cocktails in the corner. The Surf Lodge owner Jayma Cardoso did a drive-by with Tommy Saleh.


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Highlights from yesterday’s shows: textural details–some subtle, some not–reigned supreme at Marni, MSGM and Salvatore Ferragamo.

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At Marni, the show opened with muted looks like a minimalist top and flowy pants cut from crinkled off-white fabric and cinched with a sweater-knit judo belt for a splash of contrast.

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Runway Rundown: Salvatore Ferragamo

Salvatore Ferragamo creative director Massimiliano Giornetti strives to seduce and captivate for fall 2014 through the mastery of craftsmanship as seen through precision tailoring, complex intertwining of needle punching and jacquard weaving. Layering is the highlight of this rich collection and takes new shape via multifaceted textures and luxe embellishments. Accessories bring Giornetti’s strong point of view together with the debut of the brand’s Fiamma handbag as well as jewels designed in collaboration with Daniela Villegas.

Discover the current collection of Salvatore Ferragamo Women’s Shoes & Handbags.

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Daria Werbowy for Salvatore Ferragamo Fall ’13


Salvatore Ferragamo creative director Massimiliano Giornetti tapped Canadian model Daria Werbowy, 29, as the face for the brand’s fall/winter 2013 ad campaign. This is the third campaign for the Italian fashion house that stars the Polish-born beauty, who began her modeling career at the age of 14. Shot by British photographer David Sims, the images aim to “isolate the threshold between public and private, between architecture and nature.”

Surrounded by natural light, David was tasked with capturing Daria as if she was frozen in a moment of time, to showcase the collection’s sophisticated simplicity and modern lines.

Daria stands between windows that reveal the linear elegance of the interior behind her; the eyes are drawn to the precise cut and architectural influence of each piece she is wearing.

Timeless modernity is awaiting you this fall.

Qianna Smith

Photos and quote courtesy of Salvatore Ferragamo.


Salvatore Ferragamo Presents ‘The Amazing Shoemaker’

One of the most coveted coffee table books for any shoe enthusiast is Salvatore Ferragamo: The Art of the Shoe 1898-1960, which was first published in 1992. Now 20-plus years later, Ferragamo’s life story moves from the pages of a book to a one-of-a-kind exhibit, “The Amazing Shoemaker: Fairy Tales and Legends about Shoes and Shoemakers,” which celebrated its grand opening in Florence, Italy, yesterday at the Museo Salvatore Ferragamo.

Check out images from the opening that explores the role shoes play in fairy tales, myths and legends. Discover why Ferragamo’s vision and brand remain the epitome of Italian luxury.

The Ferragamo family—alongside Wanda Ferragamo, Salvatore’s widow and the brand’s honorary chairwoman—hosted the inaugural event that intimately revealed the magical life and legacy of the late designer via installations, comic books, animation, short films, stories and antique treasures.

Ferragamo became a household name in the ’20s with the help of Hollywood, creating fabulous footwear for leading ladies such as Audrey Hepburn, Katharine Hepburn and Marlene Dietrich.

“We are very proud to have organized such an extraordinary, singular event,” said Ferruccio Ferragamo, the chairman of the Ferragamo Group. “We didn’t want another brand retrospective but rather an authentic production, presenting countless works of art specifically commissioned for this exhibition, displayed side-by-side with prestigious ancient pieces borrowed from other museums.”

The exhibit was curated by Stefania Ricci, Sergio Risaliti, and Luca Scarlini.

Heading to Florence? This exhibition will be open from now until March 31, 2014.

Qianna Smith

Photos courtesy of Salvatore Ferragamo

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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