The Italian fashion house's Icon-Up takes an eco-conscious approach to luxury fashion

Luxury meets sustainability in Salvatore Ferragamo’s Icon-Up, setting a new eco-conscious milestone for the luxury brand. As consumers become increasingly conscious of the impact their purchases have on the environment, this limited edition collection embraces sustainability by upcycling deadstock materials without compromising on its signature style or diluting its desirability. The classic pieces were reimagined by their creative team and highly specialised Italian artisans in Manovia, the brand’s historic manufacturing unit. 

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The 300-piece capsule, available only on Farfetch, features familiar designs that fans adore, from the Tiger print silk selected from their museum in Florence and Gancini print to the coveted Vara and Varina shoes. Adopting a holistic approach to sustainability, it also comes with an upcycled and reusable printed drawstring bag is specially created as packaging that also includes the Favini Remake box crafted from 30 per cent post-consumer waste pulp and 25 per cent pre-consumer leather waste. 

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Scroll the gallery below for a closer look at these environmentally friendly shoes and silk scarves: