Salvatore Ferragamo's Spring/Summer Collection draws inspiration from art, cinema, fashion and luxury. The bright colours pay tribute to the '50s, and we see here the use of patent and snakeskin effect mixed with dazzling colours. On display there are patent mango, orange, fuchsia and the designer also uses crocodile dyed an assortment of lurid tones.


The matching bags contrast perfectly and provide a lovely match, and would look great with more muted colours so the boldness is really accentuated.


This red bag looks really roomy and luxurious, and simply oozes quality and style.


I like the use of straps and patent on these shoes, and though the photo doesn't do it justice, I think these are incredibly wearable, and would be easy to dress up or down depending on your mood. I've been told these will hopefully be available in January, though the rest of the collection will be at least March before we can get our grubby paws on them.


I do love these flats- they remind me of French Sole's delicate ballet slippers, but they're the Vara shoe, redesigned for a ballerina pump, and available in patent lilac, orange, emerald green, red blush, shanghai blue and geranium pink, all of which either sound really yummy, or like a Chinese takeaway. Or both.

Give it a couple of months and you'll be able to see them here.

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