Just a few steps off the via Veneto in Rome—the symbol of the artistic and cultural vivacity of the Dolce Vita years— the Sartoria Gallo creates bespoke suits that have dressed historical personalities from all over the world. Luigi Gallo, the head of the house, is faithful to the ancient instruments of tradition—pins, needle, tape measure and scissors—and they are enough in his learned hands to give life to sartorial ideas of an unmistakable elegance. The experience and prestige of Sartoria Gallo is as long as its history, but time has not tarnished the enthusiasm and curiosity of this Roman boutique talked about far beyond the confines of the peninsula. The able hands of Luigi Gallo have in fact dressed noted figures from the worlds of cinema, politics and various institutions, even including a pope, and the list is destined to grow. Today, Luigi’s son Marco follows in the footsteps of his father, who has chosen to give continuity to the art of the family. This change in generations, however, has not altered the original idea of the tailor shop: making artisanal workmanship and quality the founding principles of an ancient profession that the future needs.
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