Sar­to­ria Gallo

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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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