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.
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.