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Suited for spring: Bold colors are fit for a confident man — or well-dressed University of Texas fan

Ryan Kennedy and Garrett Neff at Ferragamo opening in New York
Models Ryan Kennedy, left, and Garrett Neff worked the orange look at the newly opened Ferragamo boutique at the Saks Fifth Avenue New York store. Photo by Joe Schildhorn /
Ferragamo spring suit worn by Garrett Neff
Model Garrett Neff wears a burnt orange silk suit from the Salvatore Ferragamo spring collection. It's available at the Ferragamo store in The Galleria. Photo courtesy of Ferragamo
Ryan Kennedy and Garrett Neff at Ferragamo opening in New York
Ferragamo spring suit worn by Garrett Neff

Why do women get to wear all the colorful clothes?

For spring, Salvatore Ferragamo is letting men have a little fun, too, with a slick silk suit in a shade that The Fashion Daily calls "sweet-potato hued." We prefer to call it "burnt orange" because it fits the bill for any well-dressed University of Texas fan.

Whatever the color, model Garrett Neff recently rocked the red carpet at a screening of Sabotage in New York in this orange Ferragamo suit that is part of designer Massimiliano Giornetti's colorful spring/summer collection for the famed Italian fashion house. 

Aftewards Neff paired the jacket with a pair of cobalt blue slacks and a creme-colored sweater at a party to celebrate the reopening of the Ferragamo boutique at the Saks Fifth Avenue Store on Fifth Avenue. At the same party, model Ryan Kennedy stood out in a Ferragamo sweater with a bright orange 2 on the front.

The collection is available at the Salvatore Ferragamo boutique in The Galleria. The suit jacket is $2,150, and slacks, $990.

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