in nappa. It features raw-cut, relief-printed wings.
Inspired by an original Salvatore Ferragamo shoe that appears in an advertisement published in 1951, this shoe was created for The Amazing Shoemaker exhibition at Museo Salvatore Ferragamo. . Made in Italy
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Sandal with a mosaic of gilded glass covering
the cork platform sole and heel. This model was created in 1936 by Salvatore Ferragamo for Carmen Miranda. It is based on a famous Salvatore Ferragamo patent for a unique sole covered ...
Insole edge and high heel in wood covered
with gold kidskin. Black satin ?kimo? sock. In February 1951 Ferragamo patented a new kind of women?s shoe. Underneath it revealed a close fitting sock called ?kimo? and inspired by the Japanese ...
The toe and heel feature fish scaling, an
effect created by layering a midnight blue kidskin upper over another magnolia kidskin upper. The sole consists of three layers of cork covered in white and blue kidskin to create stripes. Salvatore ...