Fashion designer Ferragamo and Creative Director Massimiliano Giornetti showed off their Fall Winter 2011 menswear collection in Milan, showcasing a line up of menâ€™s men clad in elegant, natural hued and warm luxurious fabrics.
Fashion designer Salvatore Ferragamo’s Menswear Autumn/Winter 2011 show seemed to pick up right where the women’s SS11 narrative left off. That is to say, a gypsy-themed collection of 1970’s vagabounds, bedecked in colorblocked suede separates of pumpkin and teal.
A distinctive 70’s vibe ran throughout the collection, the Autumn/Winter 2011 Ferragmo man is very much a rogue, a sophisticated adventurer who isn’t afraid to wear his trousers tight and experiment with a bit of color and texture.
Rich brown leathers were also sprinkled throughout the collection, including one to-die-for (and definitely unisex in his book!) chocolate leather peacoat. The Ferragamo menswear 2011 collection this season, for some reason, strikes me as a musician while his Pre-Fall 2011 Collection was also very eye catching.
There was also a healthy helping of winter whites on the runway, a bit jarring for the Autumn/Winter season, but never the less incredibly polished and slick looking. The soft juxtaposition of cream colored shirts underneath white suits smacked of seventies retro it will take the very rare and very good looking man to pull this one off as he is very creative he showcased his tremendous Salvatore Ferragamo S/S 2011 Collection and got the very positive response from his lovers..