Salvatore Ferragamo

COLOR THEORY Milan: Massimiliano Giornetti looked to the laid-back yet energetic culture of Los Angeles this season. Citing sports and pop music as inspirations, …


COLOR THEORY
Milan: Massimiliano Giornetti looked to the laid-back yet energetic culture of Los Angeles this season. Citing sports and pop music as inspirations, the creative director presented a collection of casual separates in a rainbow of bold, beachy hues that Giornetti referred to as “vitamins” — perhaps a nod to the ubiquitous West Coast health nut. The saturated palette played a starring role, and layered ensembles created color-blocked compositions. An interruption of patterns — floral and micro motifs — added even more vibrance, and looked especially nice peeking out from frothy, sheer sweaters. In keeping with the active theme, retro-style sneakers grounded every look — a most directional move for a label known for its classic leather footwear.  —Anna Jane Davis

Silhouette: Casual + Tailored

Color:  White / Sky Blue / Cerulean / Seafoam / Soft Yellow / Primary Yellow / True Orange / Deep Orange / Peach

Key Items:  Sheer V-neck sweater /Brightly-hued trousers / Balmacaan with contrast lining

Materials: Knits — sheer + fine / Cotton shirting / Poplin / Bonded cotton / Nylon

Print + Pattern: Bleeding watercolor / Florals / Micro motifs / Stripes

Detail + Trim: Painted edges / Contrast piping + linings / Color-blocking

Accessories + Footwear: Retro, color-blocked sneakers / Wraparound shades / Leather totes + portfolios

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