By Melissa Vega Puente Photo taken at Salvatore Ferragamo Museum Ever since Salvatore Ferragamo became internationally known for women’s footwear, he dreamt with turning the namesake company into a brand that could entirely dress up a woman. With his father’s longtime wish in mind, Fulvia Ferragamo, in the 1970s, launched the first silk pieces with […]

“Seta”: a journey through Salvatore Ferragamo maison’s silk prints — A Fashion Getaway

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