What defines luxury? High quality, limited availability, and a costly price tag are among the features that come to mind to describe the term. Salvatore Ferragamo ticked all the boxes relaunching the first fragrance the company developed in a limited-edition collection of only 400 pieces.

Banking on the evanescent charm of perfumes and its own rich heritage, the fashion house revisited Gilio, the first scent created by the late founder Salvatore Ferragamo in 1960.

“This scent tells and marks the beginnings of our story, retracing the origins of the fragrance. Back then, it was a novelty to have fashion houses creating a perfume, this company was already ahead of the game.…And now the firm thought it was a good moment to relaunch a piece of its history.” Continue reading