Ferragamo Pre-Fall 2012: Traveling in Style

Ferragamo's first ever pre-fall collection was a more wearable and refined answer to spring's loud, colorful cocktail dresses. Perhaps what a Ferragamo girl wears during the day, or on a journey by train, which was the collection's inspiration--not that it's casual. The bold mixed prints will grab plenty of attention, and the beautiful, luxurious bags made with precious skins are not to be tossed around. Overall, we loved the surprisingly short skirts, plaid coats, boxy purses and vintage-inspired shoes. There was also this chic school-girl look for grown ups, matured with fishnets, heels and sophisticated accessories. There was a lot of vintage inspiration--much of which, we were told, came from the Ferragamo archives. We also loved the above look--a '20s-esque purple dress with lots of pleats and an intricate neckline. We were told this particular look was a taste of what's to come for fall. Click through for the full look book.
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Ferragamo's first ever pre-fall collection was a more wearable and refined answer to spring's loud, colorful cocktail dresses. Perhaps what a Ferragamo girl wears during the day, or on a journey by train, which was the collection's inspiration--not that it's casual. The bold mixed prints will grab plenty of attention, and the beautiful, luxurious bags made with precious skins are not to be tossed around. Overall, we loved the surprisingly short skirts, plaid coats, boxy purses and vintage-inspired shoes. There was also this chic school-girl look for grown ups, matured with fishnets, heels and sophisticated accessories. There was a lot of vintage inspiration--much of which, we were told, came from the Ferragamo archives. We also loved the above look--a '20s-esque purple dress with lots of pleats and an intricate neckline. We were told this particular look was a taste of what's to come for fall. Click through for the full look book.
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Ferragamo's first ever pre-fall collection was a more wearable and refined answer to spring's loud, colorful cocktail dresses. Perhaps what a Ferragamo girl wears during the day, or on a journey by train, which was the collection's inspiration--not that it's casual. The bold mixed prints will grab plenty of attention, and the beautiful, luxurious bags made with precious skins are not to be tossed around.

Overall, we loved the surprisingly short skirts, plaid coats, boxy purses and vintage-inspired shoes. There was also this chic school-girl look for grown ups, matured with fishnets, heels and sophisticated accessories. There was a lot of vintage inspiration--much of which, we were told, came from the Ferragamo archives. We also loved the above look--a '20s-esque purple dress with lots of pleats and an intricate neckline. We were told this particular look was a taste of what's to come for fall. Click through for the full look book.