02/24/2013 02:15 EST | Updated 04/26/2013 05:12 EDT

Ferragamo gives winter looks voice through sculpted silhouettes and luxury materials

MILAN - The Salvatore Ferragamo show concentrates on shapes. All in black, white and navy blue, with no prints or bold shades, the clothes have to speak for themselves.

Massimiliano Giornetti, designer for the Florentine brand best known for its accessories, gives his winter styles presented Sunday at Milan Fashion Week a voice through sculpted silhouettes and carefully chosen fabrics.

A few examples: a wide Alpaca jacket is worn with an A-line short skirt in pony leather; an oversized cashmere pullover is paired with a dainty slip with beaded hemline; and a classic overcoat becomes even more classy when worked in shiny silk.

Even fur and leather are worked to highlight the artistry of the collection, starting with suede stitched in smocking, or beaver shorn to look like satin.

The famous Ferragamo shoe next winter is a knee-high boot with pointed toe and relatively low stiletto heel, cut out at the instep and laced up the barelegged back. The latest Ferragamo bag is a shopper with metal inserts.