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Museo Salvatore Ferragamo, Florence
(3.5/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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  • An excellent Museum, opened 20 years ago in Palazzo Feroni-Back, devoted to famous Italian Shoemaker Mr. Salvatore Ferragamo. Interesting archive documents and photos related to his work in Hollywood. By the way, he even studied anatomy at the University of Southern California to make a comfortable to wear shoes in the store. the Museum it is possible to buy the limited copies of his famous models of the past.
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  • Reckon that between art and fashion is something that unites them, namely ... design and proof exhibition Tra Arte e Moda (between art and Fashion), presented in the Museum of Salvatore Ferragamo (Salvatore Ferragamo). Salvatore Ferragamo Museum is the famous Italian Shoemaker, famous for handmade shoes. In the 20-ies he worked in Hollywood, returning to Italy, he founded his own company in Florence, Salvatore Ferragamo. Among his clients were Ava Gardner, Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe. In the Museum we found pads for discontinued shoes feet Ingrid Bergman, Sophia Loren, Angelina Jolie and many more celebrities. After the death of Ferragamo, founded the company expanded production, starting to produce under the label Salvatore Ferragamo handbags, sunglasses, silk scarves, watches, perfumes and clothes. Today this fashion house. Just over twenty years ago in Florence, Palazzo Feroni-Back Salvatore Ferragamo Museum opened, its collection includes over ten thousand models of shoes created by Ferragamo, ranging from 1920 's, clothes and accessories, archive documents related to the firm. It is here that the exhibition "between art and Fashion. Address: Firenze, Piazza Santa Trinita 5R (Florence, Holy Trinity square 5R). See the exposure can be up to a year from April 7, 2017 10:00 am to 19.30. The ticket costs 6 euros.
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  • The Temple of shoes and not only, who is apprestera's visit will be a surprise, because in addition to the exhibition of fine and special shoes manufactured by Ferragamo over time, famous celebrities, dele shapes same belonged to one can admire remarkable paintings and artwork, all in a noble palace fascinating environments.
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  • Classic tourist trap. They lure you in with the brand name "Ferragamo", take your money, and then you realise you've just paid for a pathetic exhibition of 7 tiny rooms of senseless modern art all with some tenuous connection to the shoemaker. The store above was perhaps a more fitting tribute to the genius than the museum below.
  • Bait and switch. This 6 euro museum houses exactly one small room dedicated to the work of Mr Ferragamo and the rest are somewhat interesting but unrelated exhibits relating to the building itself, as well as several art pieces. This was absolutely not worth the cost of admission and I recommend going into an actual Ferragamo store to get the same experience for free.
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  • Just across the road from Tiffany's you'll find the Salvatore Ferragamo museum. Just 5 euros entrance fee and the money is nothing for what you learn and for what they have on display. Definitely definitely a place to visit.
  • Worth a visit if you know about the shoemaker