Salvatore Ferragamo unveils the dreamlike ‘Magic of Print’ silk capsule collection


The world needs to be thanking Salvatore Ferragamo for beginning summer into our wardrobes. Their latest Silk Capsule collection is proof of the iconic craftsmanship, savoir-faire and unmatchable Italian decorative style. Their latest fashion offering includes a selection of Spring/Summer 2020 items that comes as an ode to Maison’s historical archives. While the world is pretty immobile and staying in closed quarters this exciting, floral collection single-handedly takes us back into the terrific 60s and brings back the adorable ‘Magic of Print Capsule Collection’. Ferragamo silks are coming back after designers dived into their design-rich heritage, and gave the world a collection so gorgeous you’d have to have it. The iconic elements brought back to life are popular motifs including felines, flowers, shoes, butterflies, elephants, and sultans. What’s incredibly lovely about the prints is how they haven’t erased the small imperfections of freehand drawings and sketches found in the Milanese archives. Their range of silks includes foulards, stoles, bandeaux, a headscarf with a leather visor, and scarves. You can expect more than sultry scarves from the highly revered fashion house; a line of footwear Viva Shoe will steal your attention and hearts with ruffled versions of chunky-heeled sandals, flats, and sneakers. Fashionistas will have their interest in the Magic of Print Capsule Collection piqued on learning the iconic Boxyz and Ferragmo Studio bag join the line up as well.


Salvatore Ferragamo is giving us the complete fashion overhaul by including the extensive ready-to-wear selections right from the silk blouson to the trench coat, from pleated midi skirts to dresses and trousers, to blouses and T-shirts too. With all of this put together, a dream summer look is complete! The Silk Capsule collection is also featured and available online on ferragamo.com and in a selection of Ferragamo boutiques worldwide.

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