Salvatore Ferragamo Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign
Stunning supermodel Daria Werbowy makes her next amazing step in the world of fashion, enlisting one more impressive collaboration to her professional model career. This time it is the Salvatore Ferragamo spring/summer 2014 campaign that she gorgeously presents, introducing all the glamour and chic embedded into these striking pieces. Super popular and talented duo Mert & Marcus also did their best as always to put the images of the campaign as impressively as possible.
The accents of this line concentrate on making some traditional silhouettes and techniques look super effectively innovative and modern, by adding some details and designs to them. This was the case with the gorgeous cream dress, having a curious asymmetrical design, where one part of the skirt was pleated, while the other one was left fluttery and shorter, and the overall design of this look was created by draping the top part to one side and fastening it on the waist. The matching handbag and reptile-skin made open toe heels were the ideal match for this wonder. Similar creative solutions may also be found with the cream leather coat, which has the matching handbag for final touch again, as well as the second imaginative and feminine interpretation of coats, this time put on a paler shade and created with some more elongated shapes.
The duo of pleated skirt with a bomber jacket is another catchy look spotted in the Salvatore Ferragamo spring/summer 2014 campaign. So is the memorable duo of wide-leg pants and identically patterned jacket.
The Salvatore Ferragamo spring/summer 2014 collection is finished up with a purple stunner, which again has the luxurious satin fabric as a key aspect and the sumptuous handbag as the final brushstroke for pure elegance. Thus, when it comes to reinventing the ultra-glamorous and classily chic silhouettes, Italian fashion giant Salvatore Ferragamo is best at that. The recent collection presented here is the most explicit and vivid proof for that.
Photos courtesy of Salvatore Ferragamo