Five-eyelet Oxford shoes in calfskin on a leather sole.
Uniquely crafted with the prestigious Tramezza construction, a traditional technique perfected by Salvatore Ferragamo to create shoes which offer superior comfort and exquisite design.
Classic Florentine lace, paper, tree bark, raffia, hemp, fish skin and cellophane were used both before and during World War II to replace the more pliant calf and kid skins and exotic crocodile. Immediately after the war, Salvatore invented techniques to use nylon or synthetic raffia and, for evening shoes, intricate embroidery in rhinestones and glass beads, creating one-of-a-kind uppers.
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