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Fascinating review of sustainable materials used in fashion...
Fun to see shoes from the past made during wartime. Inspirational exhibit. I would recommend it. We had the added bonus of free admission on the first Sunday of the month!
Given that were staying in one of the Ferragamo hotel we had free access to this little museum. Interesting enough, although I can see why some reviewers believe it's not worth the entry fee of 8 Euros. It focuses on sustainability noting the company was...More
At 8,00€ pp this is a bit pricey. However the Sustainable Art exhibit is interesting and the innovations promising. Loved the black and white ensemble that had 30 variations! The exhibit of old shoes is diminutive but very pretty. We were there under an hour...More
Had a very happy hour or two looking at past designs, lasts, colours, fabrics and shoes and then going round latest exhibition showing use of recycled fabrics, design, company ethos. The desk staff were very friendly, helpful and happy to answer all questions. Delightful. Then...I...More
not sure why one would pay for such a waste of time . the only interesting room is the room with the shoes from very old times. the exhibition on sustainability is really disappointing . i take friends who visit Milano to the Armani silos....More
Been so many times to Florence so looking for something different to do. The Sustainable Thinking Exhibit was really interesting and extremely well displayed. A must for anyone interested in fashion! Entry was a little expensive which I understand may put people off but for...More
We (2 adults and a teenager) spent 20 minutes in this place - desperately trying to find anything interesting - the display was about recycled materials but there was so little to see. We read all the information, tried to spend time absorbinbg the atmosphere...More
We went in using our Firenze card with no knowledge of what we would see. There were not thousands of pairs of shoes, but the full room of shoes were beautiful & interesting. The current displays seemed to emphasise his use of materials in a...More
Do not assume for a second that you will see a bunch of displayed magnificent shoes by Ferragamo. This is only about an Italian migrate to the USA during Hollywood era and making shoes for movie stars. Nothing to see here. Not worth your money....More