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Museo Salvatore Ferragamo

Decades of extraordinary footwear have found a home at the heart of Florence

In a museum on Palazzo Spini Feroni on the banks of the Arno, Salvatore Ferragamo – shoemaker to the stars – displays designs from the company archive, many of which are considered design classics, such as the invisible shoe or the cork wedge. Other models are of particular interest due to the famous women they were made for – a rhinestone-studded stiletto for Marilyn Monroe, a ballerina worn by Audrey Hepburn. Re-issued versions of several models can be purchased under the vintage label Ferragamo's Creations in a boutique adjacent to the museum.

 

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