There must be something in the water in Milan. On Thursday, a little less than two months after Berluti, Brioni, and Zegna parted ways with the guys in charge of their menswear, Salvatore Ferragamo announced that its own creative director, Massimiliano Giornetti, is leaving the house. Giornetti, who joined Ferragamo’s menswear team in 2000 and took control of both men’s and women’s design in 2011, is a gifted designer known for his particular talent for outerwear and, of late, his use of color and pattern. His penultimate collection for the house, Fall 2016, was wholly inspired by a pair of paint-splattered Ferragamo oxfords once owned by Andy Warhol. Read more at GQ.