A place in the sun! Lily Aldridge luxuriates with fellow models in Sicilian resort town in new Salvatore Ferragamo advert

Lily Aldridge, looking at the top of her game, was part of a trio of models who basked in the sun for a new Salvatore Ferragamo advert.

Filmed in Taormina and directed by Stephen Kidd, the video – entitled Among Friends – is an entry in the Italian fashion brand’s Spring/Summer 2017 campaign.

Andrés Velencoso and McKenna Hellam joined the Victoria’s Secret Angel, taking in ravishing views of the Ioian sea.

Plugging away: Lily Aldridge, looking at the top of her game, was part of a trio of models who’ve appeared in a new Salvatore Ferragamo advert

The 31-year-old kicked off the video stood at the balcony of a luxurious pink house, showcasing her knockout figure in yellow.

Her full-sleeved dress draped loosely about the top half of her torso, tightening as it drew closer to her waist.

The hem was cut off about her knees, and she elegantly clashed against that outfit by way of large black sunglasses.

New collection: Filmed in the Sicilian resort town of Taormina, the video, also featuring McKenna Hallam, is an entry in the Italian fashion brand’s Spring/Summer 2017 campaign
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New collection: Filmed in the Sicilian resort town of Taormina, the video, also featuring McKenna Hallam, is an entry in the Italian fashion brand’s Spring/Summer 2017 campaign

At one point whilst she was in that ensemble, she could be seen hauling about a sand-coloured edition of what appeared to be one of the brand’s ‘Sofia’ bags.

At another, she was seen strolling through a lush garden in a navy blue number splashed with floral patterns and heavily pleated all over.

Purple flowers all about her, she engaged in a bit of conversation with the 38-year-old, whose off-white dress shirt had slightly rolled-up sleeves.

Ferragamo’s New Campaign Will Make You Long for Spring

If winter really isn’t your thing, you may want to look away. Because Salvatore Ferragamo’s new campaign for its spring/summer 2017 collection is all lush garden paradises and soft Mediterranean breezes.

Literally, the Peter Lindbergh shot photos and accompanying short film—featuring models Lily Aldridge, Andres Velencoso, and McKenna Hellam—captures the Mediterranean beauty of Taormina, Sicily, a small hilltop town on the east coast of the island.

Figuratively, the ready-to-wear collection—suits, button-down shirts, tailored trousers, and knitwear in dusty hues of sand and olive, navy and cerulean blues, and gray—evokes what Ferragamo calls the “splendor of life.” It all adds up to a soft, at times sweetly melancholy, presentation of life in a Mediterranean resort town. And it all feels extremely, perfectly Italian.

Basically, if you’re seeking a look of casual Continental elegance this Spring, this is the collection for you. All you’ll need to cap it off is a vintage Alfa Romeo Spider and a long stretch of empty days that you can fill with romance and maybe an Aperol spritz or two.

Watch The Latest Music Video From Carlos Ferragamo Celebrate

Splitting his time between The Bronx and Florida, hip-hop artist Carlos Ferragamo’s music incorporates both traditional NYC lyricism, and Florida’s history of melody and bass.

Today, Carlos Ferragamo is back with his latest music video, “Celebrate”. The video can currently be viewed in its entirety on the Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes website. Be sure to check it out today!

Previously, Ferragamo has worked with a litany of notable DJs and producers, including DJ Green Lantern, DJ Drama, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Ty Fyffe (Foxy Brown, Busta Rhymes), QB Da Problem (50 Cent, Scarface, Joe Budden, Raheem DeVaughn), Nefarious! (Amor Jones), and Chris Prythm (Lloyd Banks, Nipsey Hussle).

Having already been featured in The Source’s Unsigned Hype column, and on sites such as VladTV, WorldStarHipHop, AllHipHop, HipHopDX, and HipHopGame, as well as on the legendary NYC-based hip-hop music video show Video Music Box, Ferragamo, an MBA grad who also spent time in the Air Force, clearly isn’t afraid to put in the work necessary to be a success.

”Shades of Blue 2.5” Carlos Ferragamo’s newest project. It is now available on all digital retail sites. Don’t be fooled by the EP title, “Shades of Blue 2.5,” Carlos Ferragamo doesn’t do anything halfway.

For all the latest news and music from Carlos Ferragamo, be sure to visit his official website.

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Lusso, Ferragamo apripista nella scelta del regime fiscale

La Salvatore Ferragamo Spa, cui fa capo il Gruppo Salvatore Ferragamo, è tra le aziende italiane, una tra le pochissime nel settore moda-lusso, che, a conclusione del 2016, hanno scelto il “patent box.” Un regime di tassazione agevolata che, inserito nella legge di Stabilità 2015, determina benefici per le imprese che producono redditi attraverso l’uso diretto o indiretto (come la concessione a terzi: le licenze, ad esempio) di diritti di proprietà intellettuale. Le imprese del lusso made in Italy, apprezzate in tutto il mondo per accessori e dettagli iconici, sono sicuramente tra queste.
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Il gruppo Ferragamo, che ha chiuso i primi 9 mesi del 2016 con ricavi sostanzialmente stabili (-0,7%) poco sopra il miliardo di euro, ha annunciato lo scorso 29 dicembre l’accordo siglato dalla propria controllante con l’agenzia delle Entrate al fine di definire il metodo di calcolo della quota di reddito esente da Ires e Irap ai fini del patent box.

Nel caso della società fiorentina, quotata a Piazza Affari, per la base di calcolo delle agevolazioni complessive, alla quota di reddito relativa all’utilizzo diretto degli intangibili si sommano le royalties percepite attraverso i prodotti in licenza: occhiali, profumi e orologi a marchio Ferragamo sono tra questi.

Gli “intangibili” in questione, infatti, sono marchi e design, inclusi alcuni prodotti figurativi che, nel tempo, si sono affermati come vere e proprie icone dell’estetica Ferragamo. Tra questi, l’inimitabile fiocco in gros grain che nel 1978 personalizzava le Vara, uno dei modelli senza tempo della maison fondata nel ’27. Il medesimo fiocco, infatti, diventato un segno distintivo della creatività legata alla maison fiorentina, oggi personalizza borse e accessori, ma anche profumi. Come Signorina, fragranza femminile ormai iconica.

Nel dettaglio, Salvatore Ferragamo ha esercitato opzione per gli anni di imposta 2015-2019 e potrà presentare istanza per un rinnovo quinquennale a partire dal 2020. Il beneficio per l’anno 2015 – l’azienda non lo comunica, ma in una nota definisce «significativo» l’ammontare dalla somma dell’agevolazione spettante per l’uso diretto ed indiretto dei propri marchi – è stato determinato escludendo dalla base imponibile il 30% del reddito riconducibile all’utilizzo di “intangibles” agevolabili e sarà messo a bilancio nel 2016. La quota detassabile relativa al 2016 sarà invece pari al 40% mentre per il triennio 2017-2019 salirà al 50%.

Ferragamo scatta in avanti grazie ai giudizi positivi dei broker

Una seduta tutta in salita quest’oggi per Salvatore Ferragamo che, dopo aver ceduto quasi un punto percentuale ieri, ha imboccato con decisione la via dei guadagni oggi. Il titolo, che ha occupato la seconda posizione nel paniere del Ftse Mib, ha mostrato una evidente sovraperformance rispetto al mercato, terminando gli scambi a 23,72 euro, con un rally del 4,17%, dopo aver segnato nell’intraday un massimo a 24,12 euro.

Hsbc promuove il titolo: rating e target rivisti al rialzo

Grazie al rialzo odierno Salvatore Ferragamo si è spinto sui massimi da oltre 12 mesi, visto che i valori raggiunti oggi non si vedevano da novembre 2015. A spingere in alto il titolo hanno contribuito i giudizi positivi espressi da alcune banche d’affari, a parte da Hsbc che oggi ha promosso Salvatore Ferragamo, migliorando la raccomandazione da “hold” a “buy”, con un prezzo obiettivo che passa da 23 a 29 euro.

L’upgrade è da ricondurre ad una combinazione di fattori favorevoli, quali maggiori stime alla luce di una più elevata crescita dei ricavi e di un dollaro più forte, ma anche di un minore tax rate per i prossimi tre anni e un più basso costo medio ponderato del capitale.
Da segnalare che le nuove previsioni di Hsbc sul 2017 sono più del 12% superiori a quelle del consensus.

Citigroup resta bullish dopo l’accordo sul Patent Box

A dare man forte allo shopping sono state anche le indicazioni arrivate da Citigroup che oggi ha ribadito il rating “buy” sul titolo, con un target price alzato da 23 a 26,5 euro.
La banca americana ha rivisto al rialzo le stime sull’utile per azione, alzandole del 14% per quest’anno, dell’8% per il 2017 e del 7% per il prossimo anno. Questa rivisitazione è stata decisa per tenere conto dell’accordo sul Patent Box raggiunto da Salvatore Ferragamo a fine dicembre.

Ferragamo sees additional changes at the top with CFO hire

Italian footwear and apparel label Salvatore Ferragamo has appointed Ugo Giorcelli its new chief financial officer.

Mr. Giorcelli will succeed Ernesto Greco, who had been with the company since 2007. In the past year, Ferragamo has seen a number of key leadership positions change hands, as employees exited following long tenures.

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According to Women’s Wear Daily, during Mr. Greco’s time at Ferragamo, he assisted with the company’s initial public offering in 2011.

His successor, Mr. Giorcelli comes to Ferragamo from Amplifon, a health care service that distributes hearing aids. He had been at the company since 2007, and was most recently CFO.
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Mr. Giorcelli’s appointment is timed for March 15, the day after the brand’s annual financial statement will be approved. Ferragamo posted stable revenue and margins for the first nine months of 2016 ended Sept. 30 .

Michele Norsa, who had been Ferragamo’s CEO since 2006, retired from his position earlier this year. Taking his place was former Furla CEO Eraldo Poletto, who joined Ferragamo in August (see story).

Ferragamo is also being led by new design talent. After its creative director Massimiliano Giornetti decided to leave following 16 years at the house, Ferragamo has split his tasks among three designers: Guillaume Meilland, Paul Andrew and Fulvio Rigoni .

Weatherford International, Salvatore Ferragamo, Aurizon Holdings

Weatherford International PLC, a Baar, Switzerland, oil and natural-gas service company has appointed Christoph Bausch as executive vice president and chief financial officer, effective Dec. 13. Mr. Bausch joined Weatherford in 2006. Prior to his time at Weatherford, he served as executive vice president and chief financial officer of Archer Ltd. and held various roles at Schlumberger Ltd. Mr. Bausch will receive an annual base salary of $625,000, the company’s SEC filing states. In addition to the base salary, Mr. Bausch is eligible to participate in the company’s executive nonequity incentive compensation plan, starting in the fiscal year of 2017.

Salvatore Ferragamo SpA, an Italian luxury fashion house, has appointed Ugo Giorcelli as chief financial officer, effective March 15. Giorcelli was previously CFO of hearing aids firm Amplifon SpA, a position he held since 2007. Compensation details weren’t immediately disclosed.

Aurizon Holdings Ltd., an Australian rail freight operator, on Thursday announced the appointment of Pam Bains as executive vice president and chief financial officer following the departure of her predecessor Keith Neate. The company’s CEO Andrew Harding said Mr. Neate would be leaving this week by mutual agreement. Ms. Bains is currently serving as vice president, network finance. She has been with Aurizon for the past six years. Compensation details weren’t immediately disclosed.

Salvatore Ferragamo Opens Third Boutique on Vegas Strip

Salvatore Ferragamo’s spring favorites for both women—like tops with exaggerated sleeves, skirts with fluted hemlines and sporty separates—and men are now available at its newest home at Wynn.
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Lights, camera, action! Three words sum up the careers of Salvatore Ferragamo’s earliest clients, stars like Marilyn Monroe, Mae West, and Joan Crawford who turned the young Italian shoemaker into a fashion legend. After all, his bespoke styles for Tinseltown’s elite—from cork wedges to invisible sandals—helped define Hollywood fashion. And now the label that grew from footwear to one of fashion’s most covetable ready-to-wear brands is ratcheting its Old Hollywood glam to a new level in Wynn Las Vegas.

Call it Beverly Hills part deux, as the new boutique brings the same luxury to Wynn as its concept flagship on Rodeo Drive that opened in July. “It’s a new space that showcases a newly conceived architectural design that debuted in LA, where my grandfather found fame in his career 100 years ago,” James Ferragamo says. The 4,370-square-foot shop offers a glimpse into the style of his late grandfather via nods to 1930s Art Deco, such as a pendulum chandelier, upholstered club chairs and Donald Deskey-inspired lamps.

The new store is an intimate setting for the spring women’s and men’s collections (think feminine yet sporty separates, fluted hemlines, and punchy florals to soft suiting and sahara silk jackets for men) along with shoes, handbags, fine jewelry, and smaller leather goods. And if the aesthetic of the boutique isn’t enough to transport you to the golden era, look for the must-have exclusives of the year in Vegas: the embellished Gancio Lock bag and gold leather lace-up sandal, available only in this location.

Ferragamo Partners with Italian Revenue Body for IP-Specific Tax Breaks

 

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Salvatore Ferragamo has taken a pioneering role in terms of participation in Italy’s Patent Box, an optional benefit that reduces taxation for income derived from the direct use or license of intellectual property (“IP”) assets. Enacted in December 2014, the Patent Box is aimed at protecting Italian IP property and boosting the country’s profile as an attractive home for foreign investment and R&D activity.

Italian companies that perform research and development (“R&D”) activities in order to maintain, enhance or develop their IP assets, including copyrights, trademarks, and patents, are eligible for the tax break. Design house Salvatore Ferragamo, which holds an array of Italian and international IP rights – including design patents for handbags, watches and perfume bottles – is one of the first big name fashion brands to pair with the Italian Revenue Agency to form a preliminary agreement in connection with the Patent Box regime. Parties’ specific deal defines the method for calculation of the quota of Ferragamo’s income exempt from income taxes for the purposes of the Patent Box in relation to the direct use of its IP assets.

While the Patent Box program is new to Italy, it follows the recent European trend to assess appealing tax measures in order to attract foreign investments and relocate IP assets. Some European countries – including France, Spain, United Kingdom, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Belgium and Ireland – have already developed similar systems. Differing from most of them, though, the Italian Patent Box has wider and more specific advantages targeted to the Italian market.

The qualifying intangible assets entitled for the Italian patent box regime specifically include: (1) trademarks; (2) industrial patents, utility models, biotech inventions, patents for plant varieties, semiconductors and topographies; (3) business, commercial, industrial and scientific information and know-how that can be held as secret and which are capable of legal protection; (4) formulae and processes; (5) design models that are legally protected; and (6) software protected by copyright.

Ever the vigilant protector of its IP rights, Ferragamo made headlines in May 2015 when it filed suit against former Los Angeles Rams football quarterback Vince Ferragamo, accusing him of infringing its trademarks by operating a similarly-named winery. According to Ferragamo SpA’s complaint, which was filed in the Southern District of New York, a federal court in Manhattan, Vince Ferragamo is selling wine with the Tenuta di Ferragamo name, and is likely to confuse consumers (the key inquiry in a trademark infringement action) into believing the two are connected or that Ferragamo SpA has endorsed the venture.

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