Everything started after buying a Renaissance serigraphy at a flea market in France. That was the very moment that sparked the birth of many ideas which took shape into new and glamorous gloves.
Creativity, rebirth after the long years of the economic crisis, new energies, new concepts and innovative materials. Our new collection was born as an answer to those who are always close to our brand: clients and retailers. The desire to free energies that was dormant during the crisis was the first feeling that was reported; we understood that we were to encourage our customers and retailers’ desire for a new beginning.
This is exactly why we chose to wok on essential lines, advantageous pricing and timeliness making no concession to the high raw material quality and craftsmanship that have contorted us since 1920. The F/W collection is born as a composition of essential shapes combined with elements that endow every glove and make it special and indispensable for the winter.
We have worked hard to come up with touchscreen leathers that satisfy the needs of those who want to use their cellphones and tablets without removing their gloves and look elegant at the same time. We also employed floral embroidery on brocade-like suede leathers as a deliberate and thankful homage to baroqueness.
Rock and roll suggestions are there, too; fashion-reinterpreted studded fringes along with blue and mud rex fur wrists are an answer to a strong need for light heartedness and elegance.
Comfort and practicality for men were asked aloud by our retailers and male customers: we’ve come back to them with brand new camouflage waterproof gloves one may use while riding a moper or when skiing on the slopes. Mountain and urban extreme conditions tests proved them to be perfectly suitable for anyone who needs exceptional performances for their gloves.
Once again, we are back in Milan’s fashion district with our Temporary Shop. We look forward to seeing you Tuesday to Saturday from 10:30am to 7:30pm. Come meet us at Via Bagutta 14 (Nearest subway stop: San Babila).