Fiona wears a striped blazer by Saint Laurent Homme. Combined with darted houndstooth wool pants by Massimo Dutti, , corded up with the Ferragamo Gancini reversible leather belt (worn here with the black side out).
Past meets contemporary design: The shoes are from the 90s by Prada, paired with Bottega Veneta’s small intrecciato leather shoulder bag by Daniel Lee. The oversized round-frame glasses are by Celine.
The Gancini Logo from FERRAGAMO
is quite low-key and simple – but unmistakable. It is shaped like a reversed horseshoe and was first used as a bag clasp in 1969. Since then, the iconic symbol has been used to decorate other accessories such as belts, shoes and even prints for scarves and clothes.
The logo is linked to a legend: The inspiration for the monogram came from the iron bars of Palazzo Spini Feroni in Firenze and also from hooks to which horses could be attached. This explains the name Gancini which can be translated as small hook.
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