ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN FOR SALVATORE FERRAGAMO ART DIRECTED BY CEFT AND COMPANY'S ART DIRECTOR UCEF HANJANI

2 of approximately 10 executions created for salvatore ferragamo's global campaign. the campaign was art directed by ceft and company's creative director ucef hanjani and shot by film buff and film maker/photographer glen luchford. ch√Ęteau-de-voisinst outside paris was chosen as location for the shoot because of its majestic interior details which are revealed discretely.

the campaign premise was based on the dna and history of the salvatore ferragamo brand and its love affair with cinema. each image was crafted after an iconic and critical film. additionally, to separate ferragamo from its italian counterparts such as gucci and dolce & gabbana, we created a thread and element that carried throughout the entire campaign; the protagonist turning away from the camera. this notion came from weeks of excavation through the ferragamo archives and find that the family logo was respected and never plastered, as the case was with other brands with recent backlash. the historic attraction to the brand came from craftsmanship and quality rather than flash of logos. in a word, ferragamo, unlike dior and gucci had remained much more "discrete". to illustrate; if the Gucci women would jump at the chance to be in a paparazzi picture, the ferragamo women, who may quite as well run the publishing house, would shy away from it. she is not desperate and naive for attention but is rather more discrete in her choices. this notion promised to be a potential tool from PR to future fragrances.