Ferragamo Turns Louvre into Impressive Catwalk
For the first time in its history, Paris's iconic Louvre Museum opened up its storied arcades on Tuesday to fashion: a catwalk show by Italian house Salvatore Ferragamo. The mid-season resort show was in pure celebration of a brand that began as a leather shoemaker for Hollywood's first stars - and went on to become a household name for ready-to-wear, both for men and women.
The Florence-based house was granted unprecedented access to an impressive 120 meters of the Denon Wing arcade of the almost 900-year-old building thanks to its sponsorship of the Louvre's current exhibition of The Virgin and Saint Anne, the last painting by Florentine master Leonardo da Vinci
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