Friday, October 16, 2015 | ferragamo store com | ferragamo store com Ferragamo CEO sticks to core profit guidance despite China slowdown
The chief executive of Italian luxury goods maker Salvatore Ferragamo (SFER.MI) stuck on Sunday to last month's profit guidance despite slowing growth in Asia, its biggest market.

Speaking to analysts in late August, the chief financial officer of Ferragamo said he was confident the Florentine firm could meet a market forecast for the full year of earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) of around 320 million euros.

That compares with 2014 EBITDA of 293 million euros.

"We've been giving a very constant and consistent indication regarding this year," Ferragamo CEO Michele Norsa told reporters.

Speaking before Ferragamo presented its women's collection for next spring at the Milan fashion week, featuring stripy ankle-length dresses, Norsa declined to say how sales in August and September had gone.

A sharper-than-expected economic slowdown in China has dampened the outlook for luxury firms as consumers in the world's second largest economy are seen cutting back on spending.

Asia-Pacific is the biggest market for Ferragamo and the only geographic area where sales fell at constant exchange rates in the first half, hurt by weakness in Hong Kong and Macau.

As items from the new collection start arriving in shops in November, Norsa said Ferragamo would try to adjust prices to offset the impact of tumbling currencies in countries like Brazil and Russia, whose economies are suffering steep recessions. | Cheap Ferragamo Sale CO UK | Cheap Ferragamo Sale CO UK
The Ferragamo Sample Sale Is Now Up to 70% Off and One Day Longer
update: A previous version of this sale incorrectly stated that all items are 70% off their original discounts — according to the sale host, ""All products are 50% off, and select apparel styles are 60%—70% off." Sale prices below and in the gallery above are listed as half-off, so note that some apparel will be even cheaper.

Today was supposed to be the last day of the Ferragamo sample sale, but sale host C21 Edition has informed us this morning that it's extended through Friday. Prices are now cut even further, too, now all the way down to up to an additional 70% off the original sale prices (looks like they're on the same wavelength as Club Monaco), though a commenter who attended the sale notes that many items are only half-off their discounted price.

When we stopped by last night to compare the selection to opening day, we were greeted with a short wait (not a long one) before entering the semi-packed venue. C21 staff is still handing out price lists when you enter, reminding shoppers to calculate the discounts from the listed prices.

Our first stop was to take a look at what's left in the handbags section, where everything is priced as marked. The bags were definitely picked over, and most of them have been moved to one side of the room. Some classic minimalistic styles remain: A black Nero bag is now priced at $34.50 (from $709), a beige exotic New Bone bag is now $480 (from $960), a small crossbody New Bianco bag is now just $164.50 (from $329), and a small caramel bag is now $251.50 (from $503). All of the red bags from the first day are gone, as are small clutches and wallets. It also appears that the jewelry and luggage is sold out, too.

Women's outerwear is now $449.50 (from $899) and has been moved to the handbag section, and only a few lone leather jackets remain. Also in this section are plenty of belts, which are now $84.50 (from $169), and what seems like an endless supply of sunglasses that are now just $74.50 (from $149).

In apparel, a few ready-to-wear styles were still quite packed on a few racks, but everything looked picked over. We didn't see any tee shirts or tank tops ,which would now be $24.50 and $14.50, respectively. Some of the skirts caught our eye, but not much else. Also, when we skimmed through the packed racks, we noticed a lot of larger sizes remain — you'd really need to dig through each piece to find anything under size 40, if they even remain. You're better off shopping what is left of the handbags, accessories, or shoes.

The shoe section upstairs was a bit of a madhouse last night, but has likely been straightened out for morning shoppers. Prices are now $99.50 for flats, $124.50 for heels, $149.50 ankle boots, and $249.50 for tall boots. The shoe boxes were scattered on the floor around the seats, and shoe styles and sizes were all over the place. From what we can tell, the best selection of shoes seem to be anything sized 8 and 9 — anything below or above that has slim pickings.

Those who fit in popular shoe size 7 will have less than a dozen of styles to choose from, though we did see plenty of the blue denim My Joy flats on the racks for sizes 7 and 7.5, but since this section can get disorganized quickly, double-check the sizes in every section if you see something you like before giving up.

The men's shoe section was a bit less hectic. We spotted many styles of black, brown, and white dress shoes ($174.50).There are also lots of street style-worthy sneakers ($124.50) to pick from, too. In men's apparel nearby, there are still plenty of dress shirts ($49.50) and outerwear ($449.50), including wool coats. In a glass case are a stack of small leather goods like iPad cases, phone cases and luggage tags, which are all now $49.50. A tray of silk ties remain for just $39.50.

This sale has already been hit with three markdowns — everything was briefly 50% off before the sale host decided to further discount select products up to 70% off this morning — so it seems like anything goes in these remaining hours. You've got until Friday at 9pm 6pm to shop; check out the Dealfeed below for more details.—Hsini

Sunday, October 11, 2015

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And the collection was unquestionably better than last season’s weird detour into Devo-land. Stripes, when it comes to Missoni, are a safe bet. They are cheerful. They tap into the athleisure vibe that has become a key part of dressing.

When you think about it, the Missoni stretch knit was athleisurewear before athleisurewear was invented. And yet, when the story of a collection can be told in a single look, it’s probably time to risk adding another idea.

At least while there were also stripes at Salvatore Ferragamo — indeed, one long, sun-ray pleated knit swing dress in optical illusion shades of pink and black was pretty much a twin to a long, sun-ray pleated knit tank dress in optical illusion shades of red and dark brown at Missoni — they were mixed in with paper-thin patchworked black leather pantaloons and paper-bag waisted skirts (what is it with these blossoming ’80s volumes?) decorated with ribbon ties; long peasant-flounced cotton dresses in Côte d’Azur shades; thin-knit capes; and little black dresses wafting marabou at the edge.

Jacket and sweater (prices on request), Dolce & Gabbana. Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305-866-0503. Turtleneck, Salvatore Ferragamo (price on request). Bal Harbour Shops, 305-866-1866. Ripped pants, Dsquared2 ($590). Bal Harbour Shops, 305-866-7880. Sunglasses, Dior Homme ($490). Miami Design District, 161 NE 40th St., 305-571- 3576. Butterfly pin with pearl and diamonds, Buccellati ($65,000). Bal Harbour Shops; 305-866-8686. Shoes, Giuseppe Zanotti ($665). Bal Harbour Shops, 305-868-0133 

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Above all, Wade is a father first. Family time is key in the off-season, especially as his sons, Zaire and Zion, and his nephew, Dahveon, get older and need to be sat down for those important father-son talks. “My son and my nephew who I have custody of as well, are both 13 years old. They’re teenagers now, so they’re reaching a whole new venture in life,” says Wade, who is the New York Times bestselling author of A Father First: How My Life Became Bigger than Basketball. “I’ve been 13. I get it. When you get to a certain age, girls become the thing and that’s all you care about—girls and sports. I want them to be comfortable having those conversations with us. That’s not the easiest thing, but I think we’ve done a pretty good job so far.”

Kaskade’s route to the DJ booth is unconventional—in more ways than one. For starters, he can’t pass unrecognized through the 8,000 revelers gathered here at the Wynn nightclub XS, even though unrecognized is exactly how DJs usually pass. (Did you know what Calvin Harris looked like before he started dating Taylor Swift?) Dressed in a crisp short-sleeved blue shirt, rolled-up jeans, and sneakers, Kaskade, 44, could be mistaken for any preppy partier more than a decade younger—except that in order to get to XS, you’ll have to pass multiple billboards featuring his likeness, all of them looming large over the Strip, advertising his two-year residency here.  Salvatore Ferragamo High Top Sneaker