When you’re living an outdoor experience you know that what you wear can be your best travel companion: functionality, performance, comfort. MONOBI garments are designed and manufactured in our factory, in the heart of Tuscany, surrounded by nature. From the fabric to the finished garment: a path 650 meters long, to which many people collaborate, with different skills.
The history of the Barceló family begins with the production of espadrilles in 1960, thanks to the ingenuity and creativity of Manolo Barceló, master in the elaboration of handmade ropes and braids, tireless pursuer of perfection in his creations and elaborations begins with the production of espadrilles and rope platforms for the main international fashion brands.
Pinko was born in the late ‘80s from an idea of Pietro Negra, current President and CEO of the company and his wife Cristina Rubini; over the years, his daughters Cecilia and Caterina also became part of the company, working respectively in the Communication and Creative Direction.
Bright colors, original patterns, selected accessories: each collection is distinguished by a unique style, an expression of the creative design work that the maison carries out through the experience and secrets of tailoring art, with particular attention to the comfort of each garment.
For over 100 years, E. Marinella can be found in the same Italian 20-square meter shop off Via Riviera Chiaia. Four generations of Marinella men have created, fostered, and maintained this little corner of England in the charming waterfront neighborhood of Naples, Italy.
The first Maurizio Baldassari collection was presented in Milan in the 1980’s and since then he has been operating from the historic showroom in via Solferino in the heart of Brera.
Tombolini is an iconic Italian apparel company linking tradition with innovation. Their payoff is ”Menswear made in Italy” and the brand is known for having the world’s lightest construction “Zero Gravity”, where a suit only weighs 380 grams and is iron free.
Drumhor was founded in 1770 in Drumfries, Scotland. The high-end knitwear collections over time have won over the most select international clientele, from the English Royal Family to the King of Norway, actors as Audrey Hepburn and James Stewart and influential jet set personalities.