The latest additions to the men’s Ferragamo Timepiece family are the Ferragamo Timepiece and the F-80.
The Ferragamo Timepiece collection is vintage inspired with a contemporary twist and rectangular in shape. The case, either in champagne or rose gold, frames a white laquer dial and the case back is embellished with an engraving of Palazzo Spini Feroni, the historic headquarters of the house in Florence. The karung leather strap comes in a palette of sharp, vibrant tones – reflecting the Salvatore Ferragamo SS19 runway collection.
The men’s F-80 is the best-selling line from Salvatore Ferragamo Timepieces, and has been renewed with this year’s colour: green. The steel case is slimmer and smaller than before, offering pure comfort on the wrist.
A sunray finish makes the dial brighter and more elegant, while the Karung leather strap is backed with rubber, mirroring Salvatore Ferragamo’s iconic flair for experimentation with materials and the leatherwork that is part of its heritage.
The Gancini is the most iconic symbol from Salvatore Ferragamo, and has evolved with a more contemporary twist.
Available in two ladies sizes, the Gancini is slimmer and sleeker and the mother-of-pearl dial gives the watch a more chic, feminine feel with a touch of glamour.
These timepieces are available from April 2019, at Ferragamo Boutiques. Recommended retail prices are £750-£850 for Ferragamo gent’s, £770for Ferragamo ladies’, £950 for F-80 and £450-£820 for Gancini.