Setting up a shop in Florence, Ferragamo catered to the wealthiest of clients, including celebrities and notable political figures of the day. He created a number of unique designs, among them the cork wedge heel and the cage heel. By the 1950s, he had stores in the United States as well as Italy, and his workforce had expanded to include 700 artisans. Ferragamo passed away in 1960, but the Ferragamo company has remained in family hands and expanded its empire to include bags, eyewear, accessories, watches, ready-to-wear clothing and perfumes.
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