Maximilian Davis, 26 years old, is Salvatore Ferragamo’s new creative director. The British designer launched its brand in 2020, obtaining success since the very start all around the world. His career includes collaborations with Grace Wales Bonner, Mowalola, Asai and Supriya Lele. Davis will formally take on the role starting March 16th.
Salvatore Ferragamo has chosen Maximilian Davis to be its next creative director (on the right in a photo by Lee Whittaker). Born in Manchester 26 years ago, Davis studied at the London College of Fashion, where he obtained his degree. In 2020 he launched its own brand (called the same as him), obtaining immediate recognition at an international level. Previously, the stylist worked with Grace Wales Bonner, Mowalola, Asai and Supriya Lele. Most importantly, he received Rihanna’s endorsement, with the star wearing one of his designs (picture on the left).
“I am excited to welcome Maximilian – commented Ferragamo’s CEO, Marco Gobbetti -. The uniqueness and precision of his vision, the incredibly high level of quality and personal distinctive taste makes him one of the best in his generations. His work is elegant, sensual and constantly looking for quality. Thanks to his modern perspective, he will write a new and exciting chapter in this brand’s history”.
Davis, from his end, claimed to be “profoundly honored to become a part of Ferragamo and thankful for the opportunity to contribute to the evolution of the historic wealth of the brand. Ferragamo’s dedication to refinement and timeless elegance is a great source of inspiration. I can’t wait to develop my vision on the basis of quality and innovation that characterize Italian craftsmanship”.