Last season the Italian house appointed New Yorker Paul Andrew as its women’s footwear design director, debuting a collection of shoes imbued with the fresh elegance that is Andrew’s signature. Spring follows suit with must-have crisscross mules and sandals crafted from ayers, leather and Perspex (note the fabulous new heel). Plus, there’s a chic take on Spring's belt bag trend, found here in a micro size.
“I derive most of my designs from the endless archive of styles that Salvatore Ferragamo left behind. In 1939 Ferragamo developed an exclusive sandal with a special heel of four vertical columns. It was originally known as the "Column heel" which I've evolved into the "Flower heel" because of its unmistakable flower-shaped footprint.”—P.A.