The Figuegram Museum is really a very simple museum. You can also see quite interesting things here. Figuegram is also a very historical building. This place is also very simple and very touristic.
The main collection and exhibition of Ferragamo's life and work. The museum exhibits shoe models designed by the Ferragamo family from the 1920s to the present, as well as prototypes that have been produced, as well as clothing and handbags designed since the 1950s. Important exhibits include more than 100,000 pairs of shoe models designed by the brand founder Salvatore Ferragamo during his 40-year career.
Friends who like this brand are worth a visit. The environment is very good. The goods around the museum are also very rich. Many of the goods are limited to the museum. The Ferragamo Museum is a shopping paradise!
Not to be outdone by the Gucci Museo there is the Ferragamo Museum for the shoe lovers in all of us. He started in Florence but did not achieve fame till he moved to Beverly Hills and was discovered by the Hollywood star set. He custom made shoes for the greatest stars of the day. He moved back to his hometown of Florence and continued to make beautiful shoes. You can see the history and the celebrity shoes in this sweet space that was his workshop. Oh and you can buy shoes next door in the store.
A must visit for anyone interested in fashion. Make sure you have lots of time to spend looking at all of the shoes. Don't miss Marilyn Monroe's red shoes or shoe color wheel.
If you have a shoe problem (like me), then you won't want to miss this amazing store. They have just about every Ferragamo shoe known to man in here! If you like looking at beautiful women's and men's footwear, this place is a must-stop if you are in Florence. The staff was delightful and friendly (not snobby at all), and I was made to feel very welcome! There's an awesome shoe museum in the basement so be sure to take a stroll through it. I dare you to leave this shop without making a purchase!