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Italian fashion houses Salvatore Ferragamo and Tod's release fall pieces, while Ermenegildo Zegna teams with Fear of God for a new collaboration.
Fear of God for Ermenegildo Zegna leather bomber blouson
Italian elegance joins iconic Americana culture in a first-time partnership between Ermenegildo Zegna Artistic Director Alessandro Sartori and Fear of God founder Jerry Lorenzo. Milan meets Los Angeles in a dynamic dialogue between the two houses. Launching this fall, the innovative collection defines new norms of masculine elegance, and is wearable for women seeking an effortless yet sophisticated look.
Fear of God’s Jerry Lorenzo with Ermenegildo Zegna’s Alessandro Sartori
A men's Salvatore Ferragamo ensemble for the autumn season.
Salvatore Ferragamo’s heritage comes alive with its latest line of men’s accessories. Tornabuoni 1927 pays tribute to the designer’s return to his home country, with a new collection that merges the family’s rich artisanal craftsmanship with contemporary standards of performance and design. Tornabuoni 1927’s leather goods are both sleek and functional, reminding us of Italy’s hold on the world of fashion.
Salvatore Ferragamo black nylon tote bag
An ensemble from Tod’s autumn/winter 2020 collection
Best known for elegant ready-to-wear, Tod’s enhances its design team with the addition of Creative Director Walter Chiapponi, whose unique blend of a classic aesthetic and a decidedly modern flair make him the perfect match for the brand. Bringing his extensive experience in high-end fashion, Chiapponi designs with an eye toward traditional taste and refined craftsmanship. It all comes together in the autumn/winter 2020-21 collection, which highlights new leather trims and saddle detailing to achieve the look of casual sophistication and luxurious style.
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