Salvatore Ferragamo Men Fall 2014: The 21st Century Dandy

Salvatore Ferragamo MF1401MILAN, Jan 14, 2014/ — Wikipedia defines “dandy” as a man who places particular importance upon physical appearance, refined language, and leisurely hobbies, pursued with the appearance of nonchalance in a cult of Self”.

And with “selfie” as the Oxford Dictionary’s Word of the Year, it is amazing to think that though it has been over 200 years since the dandy first appeared, he has found a new life in the social media era.

Making this connection, the Salvatore Ferragamo gent is the 21st century dandy who dresses well and will always look good in a selfie.

Bright colors courtesy of color blocking, wide shoulders and silhouettes that tend to be boxy, the Salvatore Ferragamo men’s collection is not for the conservative lawyer or Wall Street broker. It’s for the jetsetting metro man who is at home in New York and in Paris.

Call him a peacock if you will, because this guy does not mind being the center of attention. But don’t worry, he continues to be polite and always minds his manners. After all, aren’t dandies the best arm candy a woman can have?

Photos courtesy of Camera Moda

 

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