Creating things by hand is a passion deeply rooted in Giuliana Becattini, a born-and-bred Florentine and fashion designer, who started an atelier in the Oltrarno area in 2011, where she designs unique spare-styled female clothing. Handmade clothing with a contemporary appeal, for a stylish everyday look but, at the same time, owing to the use of fine, 100% natural and made-in-Italy (if not made-in-Florence) fabrics, some of which are even reversible, easily pairable also on special occasions. Each garment is customizable in every way, from details such as the pockets, to the choice of fabric and color.
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Franco Puppato developed his passion at the age of fourteen by going to his uncle’s workshop in Treviso. He later moved to Venice, where he trained at Antonio Napoliello’s tailor’s shop, learning all the secrets behind men’s bespoke tailoring, including the technical trigonometry method, with which one can take accurate body measurements down to the […]
After more than twenty years’ experience in international high-end tailoring, in 2019 Carmelina Raco opened her own atelier in one of Milan’s historic neighbourhoods, on the Naviglio Grande canal, where she creates bespoke garments based on the construction and techniques of fine men’s tailoring. Inspired by the elegance and aesthetic rigour of the best artisan […]
After years of training as a cutter and tailor in his hometown, Giuseppe Seminara started his first shop in Florence, which was then moved to the current premises downtown, in Via de’ Calzaiuoli. Today, his son Gianni runs the tailor’s shop. The fabrics are all carefully selected. Once the measurements are taken, the geometrical pattern […]
Born to a photographer father and designer mother, Marta Ferri channeled all her exuberant creativity into fashion designing. In her first-floor atelier, housed in an old downtown building, she creates extremely original bespoke dresses and wedding gowns: her “forte” lies in the fabrics, mostly upholstery fabrics, featuring unusual patterns and colors. In her atelier, she […]