Ferragamo first ventured into the short film world in 2013 with the debut of “Walking Stories,” a romantic comedy told over eight episodes, directed by Luca Guadagnino (“I Am Love,” with Tilda Swinton) and starring Lauren Hutton.The love story unfolded across Los Angeles (where Ferragamo built a starry business), Shanghai (where the brand was expanding) and Florence (the brand’s headquarters). ) Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, and have been since their "You got it, Dude! And while MK & A moved from the small screen to the...just as small screen (disclaimer: I'm in absolutely position to judge straight-to-video movies), I always looked to the girls for major fashion moments.“He’s really dangerous because you end up liking him.” Sexy villain is different from the type of roles his grandfather was known for — characters that oozed gravitas and dignity, best personified by attorney Atticus Finch in “To Kill a Mockingbird.” “I recently watched ‘Roman Holiday’ for the first time,” Peck says.
“I think we discovered there’s a great chemistry between us,” says Peck, who was honored to re-team with the historic fashion house.
The characters are unique enough from the originals, but the show still exhibits the same fun quirkiness.
Happily, the series is back for its second season tonight, and I was able to chat with stars Lindsey Shaw and Ethan Peck, who play Kat and Patrick, about the return of the show and whether they still feel pressure to live up to the film.
"The first Ferragamo piece I've ever owned is the suit you see me wearing in the video!
The generous people at Ferragamo saw it as so fitting for me personally, and that's also why it is and always will be special," shared the 29-year-old actor, who also appeared in a fashion film for Louis Vuitton in 2012.