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Salvatore Ferragamo presented the Resort Collection 2013, not in any old location, but in a place full of culture and significance. For the first time the Louvre Museum in Paris opened its doors to an Italian stylist.

Thus the magical creations of Massimiliano Giornetti were paraded under the most world-famous glass pyramid: it was all made possible thanks to the collaboration and sponsorship of the exhibition of “The Sant’Anna – Last masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci” – by the Tuscan brand.

Among the numerous people invited, Alan Delon and Isabella Ferrari stand out, but most of all Signora Wanda Ferragamo.

It was a really special event, where particular attention was given and numerous acclaims made in respect of the works of art: the music was played out from loudspeakers positioned under the seats, very delicate jasmine flowers perfumed the air and the catwalk started outside the back of the museum.

The clothes truly matched the surroundings: trendy, but at the same time traditional. Short dresses, even shorter skirts, leather trouser suits in slightly exotic and country styles.

The colours are pale, ranging from beige to powder-pink, passing through ice and white, perfectly matching the catwalk and the glass pyramid.

The fringes in front, like decorative elements, we find applied to the mini-skirts, but also on the jackets; while for the longer clothes and tops, an American low neckline exposes the shoulders, giving a sensual air to a woman imagined chic and sophisticated