Tag: Italian suit
Michele Latorre founded Sartoria Latorre in 1965, initially as a little local company, to produce made-to-measure suits. During the years, Michele gains experience serving local customers in his small workshop at Locorotondo, a beautiful village, in the very heart of Valle d'Itria, Puglia. Nevertheless, his far-sighted vision and his entrepreneurial curiosity brought him beyond his village walls, towards the "high tailoring", that gives "Made in Italy" an international strength.
Luca Litrico, one could see his passion towards his work in his eyes and his hands are a proof of his years of experience in men’s haute couture. Talking to him is like taking a beautiful trip to past, the days of style and elegance which made Italy a unique and recognisable country in the world. Seeing him creating his collections, a sense of appreciation emerges towards the uniqueness of Italian artisanal production. Yet seeing him travelling to various destinations of the globe in order to take measurements and tailor, one can easily conclude his affection towards his job. Luca grew up among spools of thread and scraps of fabric with much love and passion towards his profession.
The Italian suit is a symbol of style and craftsmanship. When you hear the word "tailor", the first thing that comes in mind is Italy. We selected for you the best bespoke suit tailors in Rome. They are famous with the masterpieces they sew and most of their clients believe in their hands.
Enrico Monti specialises in creating Tailored Suits and Shirts, paying particular attention to the quality of entirely Italian craftmanship. In 1911 Bruno Monti (Enrico Monti’s grandfather) created Tessitura Monti, a historical fabric company for Shirts.
Palazzo Pitti reopens the Sala Bianca to fashion shows, those that have led to the creation of the acclaimed Made in Italy. This will take place on January 11th, with a celebration in pure Italian style for the 45th anniversary of STEFANO RICCI’s founding, a leading company in the production of 100% made in Italy luxury menswear.
The classical splendor that is the Royal Palace of Madrid in the Eighteenth Century continues to inspire us today. The restrained opulence of the Berniniesque exterior housing centuries of Spanish art and ancient culture. The luxury and resplendence of princely elegance on display reverberates within us today as design handed down for generations lives again in the collection from Cifonelli for Fall/Winter 2016.
There are three main types of suits' cut: American, British and English. And now we will explain the key differences between them. Every type has characteristics that describe it and differ from the other two types.
Choosing a N.H garment, means wearing a suit made following the oldest artisan tradition, which reflects the true nobility such that, through the choice of a refined "collector's" fabric, of a set of details, often hidden, tells oneself and his own personality in his suit.
SARTORIA F. CARACENI are an authentic Sartoria, under every aspect. They create handmade suits, designing them on the client’s body shape and posture, using only traditional work tools. The staff is carefully selected based on parameters such as experience and passion for this ancient profession. With great pride, they are appreciated worldwide as an Italian excellence of this wonderful profession. The main production specializes in tailor made suits for men.
verything starts from the creativity of Pino, a flexible and versatile mind, capable of capturing from the smallest shades the inspiration for a new collection: the texture of a fabric, the nuance of a colour, the details of an accessory, a check design. The design of the jacket is the palette from which to develop the creative ideas: the slim and soft forms, the perfect fitting, the research and enhancing of details, the revers, the shoulders, the sleeves, are at the basis of the concept of a Tagliatore garment.
The story of Tombolini is about total dedication to excellence. Its exclusive and refined spirit and Italian elegance has continued to evolve staying faithful to the one aspect that must endure in fashion: taste. Beautiful dressing is synonymous with creativity, ensuring those original and surprising details that make each piece a must-have for the savvy customer.
Men's collection Spring/Summer 2015 Milan - The Ermanno Scervino man appears on the catwalks of Milan with dandyish foulards and tailored plush trousers, in an increasingly eclectic crescendo of style.