RUNWAY: Salvatore Ferragamo FW15On the second day of MFW, there is a second sighting of a dirt runway, coincidence or are menswear designers looking to rough up their image? Possible but Salvatore Ferragamo's Massimiliano Giornetti looked to nature and its inhabitants for inspiration. Deeply saturated hues made for covetable pieces, like a waxed leather coat, while oversized scarves in a dizzying array of colors and finishes, some with fringe, some without, lent itself to the idea of protection in the wild. There were birds that flocked together seen on knits, a baboon on a coat, and more wildlife sightings on suits in this intricate collection that showed more than Giornetti's ability to cut a suit. Instead, this collection's true story came in the form of the embroidery and attention to detail seen on the clothing themselves. They were never garish or ostentatious because the Ferragamo name stands for quality and not outre spectacle but this evolution of it's conservative but well made clothing is a welcome change at the now-publicly traded company.