Down To A Fine Art
Down To A Fine Art
Paul Andrew has spun his childhood memories into Salvatore Ferragamo’s spring/summer 2020 collection, weaving its heritage with a progressive new spirit.
Gracia Phang

Clockwise from left: A forest green matching knit set topped with an oversize leather coat—a perfect ensemble for transitional weather. Silk devore dress featuring the statues of the Fountain of Neptune. The charming locale complemented the collection perfectly. Sophisticated leather-framed sunglasses. Overalls and a scarf cap in a print reminiscent of that on Paul Andrew’s childhood beachwear

PHOTOGRAPHY: SALVATORE FERRAGAMO

There is a sense of lightness and joyfulness to Creative Director Paul Andrew’s fourth show for Salvatore Ferragamo. His inspiration for the Italian house’s spring/ summer 2020 collection springs from a photograph of a summer vacation he took with his family in Sicily during the ’80s. Andrew wanted to capture the carefree spirit and sun‐drenched innocence of that idyllic island getaway of his childhood. With that in mind, he blanketed the collection with resort‐ready looks and swimwear—a refreshing sight to behold.

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February 2020