Well, according to the design duo that is Paul Andrew (who oversees women’s) and Guillaume Meilland (creative director for menswear), dungarees—especially those crafted in gorgeous supple calfskin—are definitely back in vogue.
For their fall/winter 2018 collection—their first combined showing for Ferragamo—the duo ushered out a sophisticated offering marked by long coats, leather workwear trousers, and all painted from a palette of 35 colours. For spring/summer 2019, the colour palette was less varied (though who knew petrol blue and camel were such beautiful bedfellows?), the silhouette was nostalgically 70s (hello high-waisted trousers), but as always, leather still reigned supreme.
Click through the gallery above to see the menswear pieces from the Salvatore Ferragamo SS19 collection.
10-word show review: Get waisted. Full trousers, leather dungarees, and those retro shades.
Favourite look: We loved the dungarees (check out the navy leather iteration worn with a blue polo under a camel car coat) but we really loved the laid-back 70s vibe of that relaxed caramel leather jacket paired with high-waisted black trousers and finished off with those white shades. Just cool.
Favourite accessory: Had to be the funky retro shades. Throw on the purple version to lend some colour and attitude to any outfit.
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