Maximilian Davis Is The New Creative Director Of The Ferragamo House

Famous Italian fashion house Salvatore Ferragamo appointed Maximilian Davis as its new creative director.

According to EFE, the decision was announced on Monday, almost a year after designer Paul Andrew left the post.

Manchester-born Maximilian Davis, a graduate of London College of Fashion, founded his own label under the same name in 2020, which immediately brought him international recognition. Almost a month ago he showed his collection at London Fashion Week and was noted by everyone for its bold elegance.

The CEO Of Ferragamo Excited By Maximilian Davis's Arrival

Ferragamo's CEO Marco Gobbetti said he was delighted with the young fashion designer's arrival, stressing in a statement that, "his clear vision, coupled with his level of execution and strong aesthetic, recommend him as one of the brightest talents of his generation."

Marco Gobbetti defined Maximilian's work as full of "elegance and refined sensuality, with a constant commitment to quality".

The House of Salvatore Ferragamo hopes to write with him "a new and exciting chapter" without losing "his craftsmanship, sophistication and human values".

Maximilian Davis Is "Deeply Honored" To Work For Ferragamo

For his part, Maximilian Davis stressed that he feels "deeply honored" to join the House of Ferragamo.

In his view, the world-renowned Italian company is dedicated to representing timeless fashion, a source he considers "inspiring".

"I want to articulate my vision and elevate it to the codes of Italian craftsmanship, quality, and innovation," said the new creative director of Ferragamo.

Over time, the Salvatore Ferragamo fashion house served personalities from the world of film, politics, and more, such as Audrey Hepburn, Judy Garland, Sophia Loren, Greta Garbo, Marilyn Monroe, Diana Princess of Wales, and Margaret Thatcher.

Ferragamo's creations include the high-heeled sandals in the colors of the rainbow worn by Judy Garland, as well as the heeled shoes worn by the emblematic Marilyn Monroe in "Some Like Jazz."

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