In Laura de Cesare's workshop ideas and thoughts intertwine like threads giving life to new projects that take the form of precious fabrics and elegant fabric objects, made on hand looms of 4, 8, 16 and 24 healds. Teaching at the laboratory but also at universities and academies, she constantly cultivates exchanges with young enthusiasts, designers and professional stylists. Table linen, curtains, blankets, pillows, scarves and stoles, bags and other fashion accessories are some of the creations of the atelier.
Via Giuseppe Montanelli, 83, Pisa, PI, Italia - +39 328 355 4303 - https://www.lauradecesare.it
Jesurum was established in 1870 in Venice by Michelangelo Jesurum and is now worldwide renowned for its exclusive home, yacht and private jet linens. Over the years, the Jesurum tradition has evolved into new and contemporary forms, without sacrificing the original sophisticated spirit of Venetian culture, with products such as classic lace, embroidered by skilled […]
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 […]
The story of Micromega begins in 2000, with an innovative patent registered by the founder and inventor Roberto Carlon. Having trained as an optician at his father’s shop, driven by the desire to create a sleek, lightweight and durable product and, above all, the result of manual skill, he distanced himself from the traditional approach […]
A Venetian entrepreneur, fashion designer and luxury event planner, she is the creator and artistic director of Il Ballo del Doge, the world’s most exclusive Carnival ball. These are the many faces of Antonia Sautter, the champion of Made in Venice. At her atelier and creative workshop, she makes amazing period and allegorical costumes, in […]