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In conversation with London-based Italian star sommelier Antonio Palmarini
The neighborhood of Rione Sanità unveils a history of the art of Italian glove-making
Cordone 1956 is the classic shirt, the impeccable formal shirt, the white shirt with a French collar.
Ties and scarves made by hand and at home, as in the past, combined
with complex and sophisticated designs, inspired by trends as well as
by past decades.
Navy blue boxes with a golden logo of a mirror frame. Inside them, Serà Fine Silk accessories created in Como, the capital of silk and one of the greatest Italian excellences in the manufacturing industry. On the occasion of Pitti Uomo 2020, we speak to the founder.
This is the story of the Melillo family, who in the province of Salerno, have created a real tailoring hub. The secrets and experience of Salerno tailors have a place and it is there that they have been preserved since 1970.
Why gloves? Because when you are born in a place like Rione Sanità, the cradle of glove artisans, it is as though know-how blows in the wind.
A sensitive connoisseur of the trends that cyclically follow one another in terms of fashion, Corrado focuses on the timeless classic style; that eternal desire to feel elegant everyday, even on the metro.