Milan-based luxury fashion house Salvatore Ferragamo is the latest label to announce that it will combine its seasonal runway shows.
Starting in 2018, the men’s and women’s collections, designed by Guillaume Meilland and Paul Andrew, respectively, will be combined into one fashion show per season.
The new co-ed runway show format of the Florentine Maison will debut in February with the presentation of the fall/winter 2018 collection during Milan Women’s Fashion Week.
The show will mark the ready-to-wear debut of Andrew, who was previously women’s footwear creative director and was appointed the creative director of the women’s line last October.
Etro, Gucci, and Jil Sander are among the other Milan-based designers electing to host co-ed shows this coming February.