THE ITAL­IAN GRAM­MAR OF SEWING

All About Italy (USA) - - Editorial - Elisa Rodi

The his­tory of fash­ion has en­riched it­self over the cen­turies with the most var­ied shapes and en­larged the pal­ette of col­ors with the most cre­ative de­cli­na­tions, in a con­tin­u­ous evo­lu­tion of the ar­chi­tec­ture of at­tire that in­ter­prets the spirit and taste of the times through the mag­matic flu­id­ity of forms. If change is the mo­tor of fash­ion, even in its phases of his­tor­i­cal twists and turns, it is still true that unique­ness rep­re­sents an in­erad­i­ca­ble con­stant that finds in ar­ti­sanal work­man­ship, es­pe­cially in Italy, its high­est ex­pres­sion and value. The style, el­e­gance and class of Made in Italy tai­lor­ing rep­re­sents a plus per­haps not present on the la­bel but in­her­ent in the very fibers of the fab­rics, in the care of the stitch­ing, in the struc­ture of jack­ets and the lines of pants: the ideal syn­the­sis of care­ful work­man­ship by ex­pert hands that by this point know in their ev­ery sinew and muscle the aris­to­cratic gram­mar of a time­less tra­di­tion with­out ri­vals; it man­i­fests a qual­ity of the high­est level, writ­ten with nee­dle and thread to re­main in­deli­ble in the eye of who­ever ap­pre­ci­ates the ex­clu­sive beauty born of an­cient but never jaded ges­tures.

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