How Ferragamo’s Arch Remade the Shoe IndustryRachelle Bergstein
In 1907, Bonito, Italy, 9-year-old Salvatore Ferragamo could often be found intently watching the town cobbler tan leather skins, cut patterns, shape them around a wooden foot-shaped “last” and stitch the pieces together.
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