In pieces like that of the men’s camel trench coat or long belted winter coats, we envied not having one for ourselves for that precise moment of thunderous rain and lighting. Oversized scarves stood out, in addition to delicate appliqué that adorned a wool sweater and plaid pants. Without a doubt, the most bewitching detailing, for me, fell to a flock of birds in deep purples, burgundy, and brown covering the tail end of a men’s grey cashmere-mix overcoat. Women dazzled in warm layers of knit dresses, where color-blocking was a central theme. Yellow, white, taupe, and black complimented each other in geometric slices of color-contrasting in tailored, turtleneck dresses. While a personal favorite came in the form of a bright red, rib-knit poncho with sporty black stripes that slinked down the runway over a full-pleated skirt.
It was a night of magic, despite the rain, and quite a humorous one to boot! As guests who had stepped up to use the restroom in La Piazzetta walked between tables crossing through the improvised runway…evidently winning applauses from those enjoying the show from their seats!
Now let’s recap the evening in style. The following pictures were taken last Saturday, November 14th, during the Salvatore Ferragamo Fashion Show at Plaza Chavón and La Piazzetta in Altos de Chavón: