In 1971, Silvano Lattanzi founded Zintala, a small artisan company that has ably established itself in Italy as well as in the most difficult of international markets. Dubbed as the ‘Poet of shoes,’ the master shoemaker is credited for his immaculate craftsmanship, which has attracted a notable list of A list clientele such as George Bush, Bill Clinton and Pope Benedict longing for his Midas touch.
Silvano Lattanzi is one of the world’s last remaining shoemakers who continues to craft shoes by hand, inspired by the French Impressionists in the choice of colors for his collections and with the help of a small staff of artisans, Silvano expressed his genius by opening shops in Rome, Milan, New York and Hangzhou.
Lattanzi is known to experiment with unconventional materials and new concepts with the fundamental goal of creating comfortable, practical footwear. Each pair involves 200 different operations and 30 hours of labor. Outlandish materials such as crocodile, alligator, and lizard skin are used to make these exquisite shoes. [...]
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