Salvatore Ferragamo Gancini-Bit Leather Loafer, Brown

  • Gancini-Bit Leather Loafer, Brown
  • Gancini-Bit Leather Loafer, Brown
  • Gancini-Bit Leather Loafer, Brown
  • Gancini-Bit Leather Loafer, Brown

Earn up to a $300 gift card with regular-price purchase, including beauty! Code BONUS. Details

Salvatore FerragamoGancini-Bit Leather Loafer, Brown

$660.00

Free Shipping + Free Returns

Online Inquiries: NMF18_N4MF8   |  Store Inquiries: #2127225

Details
  • Salvatore Ferragamo loafer in smooth calf leather.
  • Squared apron toe.
  • Silvertone Gancio bit strap across vamp.
  • Stacked flat heel.
  • Slip-on style.
  • Made in Italy.
Designer
About Ferragamo:
A native of Naples, Italy, Salvatore Ferragamo was a teenaged shoe apprentice before moving to California and becoming known as the shoemaker to the stars. Ferragamo returned to Italy in 1927, where he officially launched his own collection. Today the Ferragamo line encompasses not only exquisitely made shoes for men and women, but also infinitely stylish handbags and fragrances. The company is still family owned and operated in Florence, where you'll also find the Ferragamo Museum, home to thousands of shoes (including the famous invisible sandal, cage shoe, and wedge heel).

NMF18_N4MF8

Zoom Image zoom

 


Salvatore Ferragamo Reversible Double-Gancini Belt, Black/Brown

  • Reversible Double-Gancini Belt, Black/Brown
  • Reversible Double-Gancini Belt, Black/Brown

Earn up to a $300 gift card with regular-price purchase, including beauty! Code BONUS. Details

Salvatore FerragamoReversible Double-Gancini Belt, Black/Brown

$375.00

Free Shipping + Free Returns

Online Inquiries: NMF18_N2HK4   |  Store Inquiries: #296450

A wooden logo plate puts a modern touch on this reversible leather belt from Salvatore Ferragamo.
Details
  • Men's calfskin belt reverses to black or brown.
  • Silvertone double Gancini buckle.
  • Engraved wooden logo at center.
  • Five hole adjustment.
  • Approx. 1 3/8"W.
  • Made in Italy.
Designer
About Ferragamo:
A native of Naples, Italy, Salvatore Ferragamo was a teenaged shoe apprentice before moving to California and becoming known as the shoemaker to the stars. Ferragamo returned to Italy in 1927, where he officially launched his own collection. Today the Ferragamo line encompasses not only exquisitely made shoes for men and women, but also infinitely stylish handbags and fragrances. The company is still family owned and operated in Florence, where you'll also find the Ferragamo Museum, home to thousands of shoes (including the famous invisible sandal, cage shoe, and wedge heel).

NMF18_N2HK4

Zoom Image zoom

 


SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE «