Museo Salvatore Ferragamo
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Museo Salvatore Ferragamo
Museo Salvatore Ferragamo

Kimo

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n 1951 Ferragamo patented a new kind of woman’s shoe. Underneath it revealed a close fitting sock in a variety of colours and materials, called a ‘Kimo’ and inspired by the Japanese tabi. This model was used by Ferragamo for the first ever Italian fashion show, featuring clothes by Schuberth, which took place in Florence, at the home of Giovanbattista Giorgini, on 12th February 1951. The idea of a multi-purpose model has been used by Ferragamo several times over the years in its creation of accessories, from bags to eyewear.
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