Salvatore Ferragamo Signorina Women's Perfume, Size: 1.0 Oz
Salvatore Ferragamo Signorina perfume is ideal for the romantic young woman.FRAGRANCE NOTES Litchi, grapefruit, rice steam aerial notes, fresh rose, milk mousse and cashmeran 1.0 oz. Eau de toilette Color: Multicolor. Gender: female. Age Group: adult.
Salvatore Ferragamo - by Stefania Ricci (Paperback)
A journey in search of the sources of Salvatore Ferragamo's creativity. This beautiful catalog is a journey in search of the sources of Salvatore Ferragamo's creativity and his ability to assimilate the spirit of the times.
Rich and feminine, this women's Salvatore Ferragamo perfume is a truly indulgent scent. FRAGRANCE NOTES Grapefruit, pear, almond powder, golden osmanthus petals, patchouli, and white leather FRAGRANCE DETAILS 50 ml Eau de parfum Due to its contents, this product cannot be shipped via our Priority Service or sent to Alaska, Hawaii, and/or APO/FPO military addresses. Size: One Size. Color: Multicolor. Gender: female. Age Group: adult.
Salvatore Ferragamo Signorina Women's Perfume, Size: 1.7 Oz
Salvatore Ferragamo Signorina perfume is ideal for the romantic young woman. FRAGRANCE NOTES Litchi, grapefruit, rice steam aerial notes, fresh rose, milk mousse and cashmeran FRAGRANCE DETAILS 50 ml Eau de toilette Due to its contents, this product cannot be shipped via our Priority Service or sent to Alaska, Hawaii, and/or APO/FPO military addresses. Size: 1.7 Oz. Color: Multicolor. Gender: female. Age Group: adult.
Salvatore Ferragamo Acqua Essential Blu Men's Cologne, Size: 1.7 Oz
This men's Salvatore Ferragamo cologne will enchant you with fresh aromas from the sea and nature. FRAGRANCE NOTES Cardamom, bergamot, lemon, cedar, fine, lavender, cypriol, cascalone molecules, benzoin, tonka, and patchouli FRAGRANCE DETAILS Eau de toilette Size: 1.7 Oz. Color: Multicolor. Gender: male. Age Group: adult.
Salvatore Ferragamo Signorina Misteriosa Women's Perfume - Eau de Parfum, Size: 1.7 Oz
Salvatore Ferragamo emerges with a mysteriously daring fragrance, that unlocks the unpredictable side of chic girls. FRAGRANCE DETAILS Top notes: Wild Blackberry, Neroli Middle notes: Orange Blossom, Tuberose Base notes: Black Vanilla Mousse, Patchouli FRAGRANCE DETAILS 50 ml Eau de parfum Due to its contents, this product cannot be shipped via our Priority Service or sent to Alaska, Hawaii, and/or APO/FPO military addresses. Size: 1.7 Oz. Color: Multicolor. Gender: female. Age Group: adult.
Salvatore Ferragamo Acqua Essenziale Men's Cologne - Eau de Toilette, Size: 1.7 Oz
Acqua Essenziale by Salvatore Ferragamo is a fresh fragrance for men. You'll never get tired of this vibrant blend of mint, sea notes and lemon leaf. FRAGRANCE NOTES Mint, lemon leaf, geranium, rosemary, lavender, sea notes, patchouli, vetiver, musk and labdanum. FRAGRANCE DETAILS 50 ml Eau de toilette Due to its contents, this product cannot be shipped via our Priority Service or sent to Alaska, Hawaii, and/or APO/FPO military addresses. Size: 1.7 Oz. Color: Multicolor. Gender: male. Age Group: adult.
Italy in Hollywood - by Stefania Ricci (Paperback)
Loosely following the years Salvatore Ferragamo (1898-1960) spent in California, Italy in Hollywood shines light on a neglected period in the history of the film capital. This sleek volume brings together programs, photographs, film clips, objects and the beautiful shoes that Ferragamo developed in his Hollywood Boulevard boot shop--shoes that would go on to make him the shoemaker to the stars. Ferragamo arrived in Hollywood in 1915, at a time when two currents were converging: growing Italian immigration to the United States and the burgeoning film industry. Luminaries like Enrico Caruso, Rudolph Valentino, Lina Cavalieri and Tina Modotti brightened the still-dim cultural outpost as they and others contributed to architecture, film, photography, fashion and jazz. Italy In Hollywood illustrates, in a wealth of material, the Italian contribution to the myth and glamour of Hollywood.
In 1927, after more than a decade in the US, the great Italian designer Salvatore Ferragamo took an ocean liner back to his native land. Published on the 90th anniversary of his homecoming, this book takes Ferragamo's voyage as its guiding thread, offering a broad cultural overview of the 1920s--a decade now recognized as a crucible of experimentation--through artworks, advertising, clothing and fabric, as well as prototypes of the shoes that Ferragamo created in the 1920s. Ferragamo's homecoming coincided with a moment at which the word "return" was especially meaningful in Italy, denoting a return to order in the arts; a return to professional skill; and to Italy's great cultural traditions. Developed across chapters, almost like a coming-of-age story, the book focuses precisely on this trend in the culture of the period, encompassing all of the cultural and social facets that distinguished Italy's rebirth after the Great War, on the eve of the Mussolini regime.
The pictures are arranged in six chronological sections and accompanied by full descriptions, including details of materials, heel and toe styles, decorations, and fastenings. An invaluable reference section includes a time chart summarizing the development of shoes throughout the centuries, a concise bibliography, and biographies and histories of the world's leading shoe designers and manufacturers, including Manolo Blahnik, Salvatore Ferragamo, Charles Jourdan, Roger Vivier, and Vivienne Westwood. This encyclopedic survey, with its colorful and detailed illustrations, will become the unrivaled reference work in its field, indispensable to any shoe enthusiast, designer, or collector.
Women from Ankle Down PB - by Rachelle Bergstein (Paperback)
What is it about a pair of shoes that so enchants women of all ages, demographics, political affiliations, and style tribes? Part social history, part fashion record, part pop-culture celebration, Women from the Ankle Down seeks to answer that question as it unfolds the story of shoes in the twentieth century. The tale begins in the rural village of Bonito, Italy, with a visionary young shoemaker named Salvatore Ferragamo, and ends in New York City with a fictional socialite and trendsetter named Carrie Bradshaw. Along the way it stops in Hollywood, where Judy Garland first slipped on her ruby slippers; New Jersey, where Nancy Sinatra heard something special in a song about boots; and the streets of Manhattan, where a transit strike propelled women to step into new cutting-edge athletic shoes. Featuring interviews with designers, historians, and cultural experts, and a cast of real-life characters, from Marilyn Monroe to Jane Fonda, from Gwen Stefani to Manolo Blahnik, Women from the Ankle Down is an entertaining, compelling look at the evolution of modern women and the fashion that reflects--and has shaped--their changing lives.
The Origins of Italian Fashion: 1900-1945 - by Sofia Gnoli (Paperback)
This fascinating book explores Italian fashion at the beginning of the 20th century, tracing its growth through two world wars to emerge as a dominant force in global fashion. When the Lombard tailor Rosa Genoni created the first Italian fashion house, she broke free of the prevailing French style and launched a national industry. Illustrated with archival material from the design houses as well as illustrations from the earliest Italian fashion magazines, the book focuses on the most important designers from the period: Gabriella di Robilant, the Italian "inven-tor" of sportswear; Salvatore Ferragamo and his famous orthopedic shoes; and Elsa Schiaparelli, the first great protagonist of Italian style. These are the designers who shaped Italian fashion, and their influence continues to be felt today.