In his fourth year as creative director, Massimiliano Giornetti has proven that he's as adept at designing women's as well as men's clothing while continuing the Salvatore Ferragamo tradition.
The exceptional craftsmanship of the Florentine House was on display in the women's autumn/winter 2013/2014 collection, which has been described as clothing filled with architectural neatness.
The creative director employed shapes to reveal the precision of cut, the consistency of texture and depth of the design. Modern silhouettes were cleverly created by moving, sliding and layering, highlighted by the geometric progression of patterns and by overlaying, real or implied by nets.
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