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Reimagining a house icon.

Since its debut in 1979, the round-toe, low-heeled pump with grosgrain ribbon and a gold buckle stamped with “Salvatore Ferragamo” has long been a badge of dolce vita chic.

Star power, squared.

Italian shoe designer Salvatore Ferragamo was only 16-years-old when he arrived in Hollywood, opening a little bespoke shoe shop that quickly became a favourite amongst Golden Age starlets—Jean Harlow, Lauren Bacall, and Audrey Hepburn all glided across red carpets in Ferragamo heels.

Brights in the bag.

The Salvatore Ferragamo brand is has become adept at harnessing the power of its own archive, cleverly reviving historic styles with the help of savvy young designers keen to share their skills.

Personalized driving shoes.

The gentleman’s driver, a shoe often cited as a must-have staple, is getting personal.

Made-to-order from the sole.

There may never be a better moment to invest in some perfect new shoes with the launch of Salvatore Ferragamo’s MTO Tramezza program.

There is a widely disseminated quote by Greek historian Thucydides that states “The bravest are surely those who have the clearest vision of what is before them, glory and danger alike, and yet notwithstanding, go out to meet it.”

Celebrating our 15th anniversary.

Over 15 years we have met some of the fashion industry’s biggest names, discovering what inspires them and uncovering the depths of imagination that spur their collections.

Italian style and craftsmanship, celebrated.

A free exhibition open to the public offers visitors the opportunity to learn more about the artistry of Italian fashion.

An exhibition at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum.

It’s a rare fashionista who has not rubbed shoulders with Italian style.

The new Salvatore Ferragamo handbag.

The round-toe, low-heeled pump with grosgrain ribbon and a gold buckle stamped with “Salvatore Ferragamo” has long been a badge of country-club chic. The Vara, as Fiamma Ferragamo (Salvatore’s late daughter) called the model she designed in the late 1970s, remains a wardrobe staple.

The Ferragamo fit.

FROM THE ARCHIVE: Massimiliano Giornetti, creative director at Salvatore Ferragamo, rides in the small category known as Highly Successful Designers You’ve Never Heard Of. There are a few reasons for this. Number one: his brain is bigger than his ego.

Italy’s king of vintage visits Vancouver.

It really is a great photo. Grace Kelly, coolly beyond the fuss around her, emerges from a car wearing sunglasses and a fur coat. A hand reaches in from off-frame and holds the door for her, while a suit-clad Prince Rainier III gently supports her white-gloved wrist. It’s a moment in fashion history, captured.

Meet the Canadian model having a breakout year.

Louis Vuitton. Céline. Alexander McQueen. Chanel. During her first full season on the international circuit, Canadian beauty Emm Arruda was cast in nearly all the major runway shows.

Julia Roberts, Ewan McGregor, Jessica Chastain, and Jack Huston.

Taylor Swift isn’t boy crazy, she’s chemistry crazy. Like a mad professor experimenting with human pheromones, Swift leans into Australian newcomer Brenton Thwaites and makes him positively blush.

Pedicures of the season and the sandals to match.

Five beauty experts reveal what hues are trending for pedicures right now, and found the perfect sandals to pair them with.

Heart and sole.

It’s raining on Edgardo Osorio’s first visit to Vancouver. “I think even on a rainy day, you can spice things up with a great pair of shoes,” says the founder of the glamorous women’s footwear brand Aquazzura. Osorio creates shoes that are as comfortable as they are sexy.