There are about 10,000 collections of shoes kept here in Salvatore Ferragamo Museum. These pairs of shoes are collected since the 1920s and the museum became a house of shoes that every shoe enthusiast would consider this place “heaven on earth”. This Museum features the works of an Italian shoe designer named Salvatore Ferragamo.
Salvatore Ferragamo is the name that every shoe enthusiast has heard of. The exhibit of these fashion shoes are available for public viewing and if you’ve got some spare cash, you can get yourself some Ferragamo designer sneakers. The museum’s admission is just $5 so feel free to go there anytime.
As you depart the exhibition, do not ever miss the unique boutique with a choice of valuable imitations of vintage versions, designed especially for Greta Garbo, Judy Garland, and Marilyn Monroe.
Salvatore Ferragamo spent more than thirty years living abroad and I’m pretty sure that he is well-versed in the shoes and fashion industry. He was able to work for some very prominent persons like actresses: Audrey Hepburn, Mae West Marilyn Monroe and not to mention Joan Crawford.
Our great designer, Salvatore Ferragamo was born in Naples in 1898. While he was still young, he noticed that he has this passion for shoes and design so he worked hard to pursue his career.
Salvatore Ferragamo invested in culture and used it as his business plan in the promotion of his shoe designs.
Salvatore Ferragamo is such a huge name in the shoe industry and even in Hollywood, he had celebrity friends. He then returned to his home Italy and continued with his shoe business in 1927.
Salvatore Ferragamo spent about twelve years in America but still has chosen to go back to Italy. In 2017, they celebrated the 90th anniversary of his homecoming. Shoes are part of everyday life so it has to be chosen meticulously. If you have this passion for style, come and visit the best place for you.