Ferragamo

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When we previewed the Ferragamo FW 2011, we also were given a glimpse at some of their favorite Spring Summer 2011 items. The Salvatore Ferragamo Gancio Belt Line is the collection of bags that caught my eye for spring. Right when I tried the turquoise satchel on (pictured above), I instantly fell for it.

The main attraction for this collection is the Gancio metal hardware closure detail with the belt. Large whipstitching gives a laid-back Western vibe but keeps the bag from turning too country and remaining fashionable. Suede is a material most associate with fall and winter, but the addition of it to spring/summer bags is both unexpected and welcomed. This season’s trends revolves around maxi skirts and dresses alongside a cool 70’s vibe and this line from Ferragamo will complete the look perfectly. Styles available at Salvatore Ferragamo boutiques nationwide 1.800.628.8916. See more from the collection below!

Contrasting and nonchalant. Femme sensibility and homme rigor. Splendid exotics and symmetrical patterns. A whole lot of black and white by Ferragamo, presented in B/W on PurseBlog. Enjoy: Click to view the full gallery

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We’ve seen tons of color during the Fall 2011 shows that at times it has been hard for me to remember that these collections are intended for cold weather instead of warm. And I’m not complaining; the return of color is absolutely my favorite trend of 2011 as a whole and I couldn’t be happier to wear pink and orange instead of camel. But for those of you who, like me, still appreciate a good bit of black and grey in our closets, Salvatore Ferragamo Fall 2011 has some handbags that are more than worth a look.

Ferragamo kept with the company’s recent use of vintage-reminiscent shapes and leather to make a collection full of businesslike shoulder bags and sparkly evening bags that will surely be a hit on the red carpet. My favorite pieces were those that used pattern, like the sharp-edged herringbone day clutch, but if you prefer your bags neutral and textured, beautiful exotics and leather treatments also abounded in glossy black. (more…)

We don’t give you all enough Salvatore Ferragamo here. And that needs to change. Especially when they have simple, exotic, and gorgeous designs such as this one. Ferragamo is one of those brands you can always turn to for a quality luxury products (similar to Bottega Veneta). The brand is known for its timeless appeal. And this clutch screams out perfection. (more…)

With hundreds of events happening for Fashion Night Out this year, we decided against saturating our website with every single event. Actually, we didn’t even cover one. But that changes now and it is because I absolutely positively love the bag that is being launched. Ferragamo does FNO properly by giving us a fantastic bag to remember their event by.

To celebrate new Creative Director, Massimiliano Giornetti’s first womenswear collection, Salvatore Ferragamo is launching the W Bag. The W bag is named for the House’s matriarch, Mrs. Wanda Ferragamo, and was originally designed in the seventies by her daughter Fiamma. (more…)

(1) Ferragamo Resort Leather Bag with brown trim and tortoise shell closure - $2,550

Ferragamo is a brand we turn to for premium quality and luxury. For our trip to the Bahamas, Salvatore Ferragamo sent us this Resort bag to photograph. The white leather handbag featured brown trim along with tortoise shell closures. The bag itself has thick pebbled leather and a doctor bag top closure. The color combination was perfect against the crystal blue Carribean waters and lush greenery.

This bag delivers in November (call to reserve) at Salvatore Ferragamo Boutiques Nationwide for $2550 or www.ferragamo.com. (more…)

Who’s that girl with her Salvatore Ferragamo handbag? (more…)

Sex and the City 2 is so over now but I have to reference it when talking about this bag, because Samantha carried it in the movie. It was only seen for a glimpse of a second, but it was eye-catching and automatically made me feel happy. That is what yellow can do for you. And that is what a bag as gorgeous and stylish as the Salvatore Ferragamo Python Fiammetta Bag does to you too. It lures you in and has a way to make you want it.

In fact, we already covered this bag back in March. This time we also have the clutch version for you to drool over as well. Price for the larger bag was $4,579 in March. Request further info through Ferragamo. (more…)

Every time we talk about Salvatore Ferragamo we also talk about how much we love the brand. And with that we talk about the quality and elegance of their products. We may not cover Ferragamo as much as other designers on PurseBlog, but that does not reflect on lack of beauty, style, or craftsmanship.

Joining the growing list of designers to release iPad cases, Salvatore Ferragamo announces they too will offer a collection of iPad cases ranging in price from $290 to $390. To be honest, as much as I loved the Louis Vuitton iPad Case and Gucci iPad Case, the Ferragamo iPad Cases might be my favorite. (more…)

When we covered this tote in yellow python back in March, what tripped up most people was the price – $4500 is a lot for a bag, whether or not it’s exotic. Since then, I’ve been on the lookout for a regular leather version, and lo and behold, the Salvatore Ferragamo Plume Patchwork Bag finally came along to grant my wish.

Even in a decidedly more pedestrian material, the design of this bag holds up to scrutiny. It’s a little bit left-of-center when you compare it to your average tote with an extra shoulder strap, and I couldn’t be more pleased. (more…)

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