A couple of weeks ago, the Salvatore Ferragamo's Belgian PR-team invited us to pay a visit to their flagship store in Brussels for an awesome event! We're delighted to share these pictures with you guys! We were given the chance to discover their craftmanship.
During the event, there were 2 craftsmen (they came all the way from Italy to Brussels just for the day!) busy making shoes and a handbag. They explained the whole process of how to make those pieces. This was quite an experience: everything looks so perfect, probably because it's all handmade!
It's something to be really proud of. That's what makes Ferragamo so wonderful! We also took some pictures from inside the store, because we never get tired of this brand! In fact, it's one of Men Trend's most favorite brands!
Stay tuned, because in a few days we'll post our pictures of the Ferragamo fashion show we attended!
If you missed our post about the FW 12-13 collection presentation, you can check it out here!
Some more in-store pictures... We can't help it! ;-)
All images are courtesy of mentrend.blogspot.com
Happy Halloween everybody!
Nino & Christophe
This looks like so much fun, I would have loved it!ReplyDelete
Great post and what an honor to get to see the making behind it all, it really makes you appreciate buying these crafted pieces, such artwork... they're meant to be seen and not walked in lol. Btw, gaze upon my new DOMI-MATRIX look where yes, a plastic coat becomes my statement piece. A potential Halloween look might just end up looking too sexual... lolReplyDelete
xx The Provoker
You know I love it.ReplyDelete
I love Salvatore Ferragamo. Those shoes are perfect and so elegant. Lovely pieces.ReplyDelete
love the colours !ReplyDelete
Happy Halloween you guys <3
Amazing pictures, you made a lovely presentation! ;) And thanks for the information, now I know where to send my boyfriend or my brother next time we're in London. ;)ReplyDelete
wow! i would have loved to see those craftsmen in action, how they made those shoes.ReplyDelete
It is very interesting to observe the process of shoes making from inside. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete