Gianmarco Lorenzi Leather Wing Sandals 115 MM. Featuring its golden nickel free accessory with leather-covered heels & leather insole. [...]
Le Marche & Fashion
Le Marche offers an esteemed fashion industry that over time has developed an expertise that permit to understand the needs and desires of the market, especially from the end consumer side. Le Marche is a land of ancient traditions and crafts manufacturing, here, are located some of the major brands famous all over the world. A trip to the Marche, may also be an opportunity to switch from the classic historical and cultural tour to another exquisitely fashionable, in search of numerous outlets and factory stores. The shoe making district of Fermo and Macerata situated on the border of the provinces of the same name, represents the largest concentration of footwear producing companies in Italy.
Curated by Mariano Pallottini
The Italian brand has launched an in-store customization feature for its signature moccasin.
Italian brand Tod’s is set to launch a “Gommino Club” customization feature in select retail locations, where customers can personalize its signature Gommino moccasin style by choosing from a range of finishes. [...]
Quality, intended as the satisfaction of every customer's desire even the most voluptuary one, is the new trend in the luxury shoes retail sector. Tod's, Santoni and several other renowned brands based in Le Marche, offer services of customization in their flagship boutiques around the world reaching an improving interests in demanding clients
The Sergio Levantesi Spring-Summer 2015 Collection interprets, in a contemporary way, the theory of the four elements proposed by Empedocles.
Fire, Earth, Air and Water are replicated in four lines of shoes that revisit the intrinsic characteristics of each element through the choice of colors, lines and processing techniques.
White round lines crossed by shades of blue remind the fluidity of the waves, their perpetual rotational movement.
The heat of passion and force of the energy, are transported into hard lines that define the space in bright, warm colors [...]
It was Empedocles who established four ultimate elements which make all the structures in the world—fire, air, water, earth. Empedocles called these four elements "roots", which he also identified with the mythical names of Zeus, Hera, Nestis, and Aidoneus. This theory of the four elements became the standard dogma for the next two thousand years.
Donnapiù, the shoes brand based in Rapagnano, pays homage to the queen of beach holidays in Le Marche using the famous waterfront as the natural backdrop of the shots for the spring summer 2015 ad campaign.
Italian fashion house Tod’s hosted a cocktail soiree for the preview of its limited edition men’s shoe range dedicated for India at the JW Marriot. The evening saw some stylish men browsing through stylish footwear over Italian wine accompanied with Italan Parmesan cheese. [...]
A new bag shapes in the collection specifically reference horses’ saddles through a contemporary exploration of construction and functionality for SS2015. Tod’s Cape Bag has curves and a new shape that evoke saddlery; its sides have organic geometry, and with a simple fold, it opens and closes in a pleasingly natural way, by means of a hidden mechanism of magnetic attraction. [...]
Model Alex Wilms is back on the spotlight with his newest work. Alex is in fact the face of Siviglia spring/summer 2015 collection, starring in the Italian label’s newly released look book. Bringing to life to a spring collection that perfectly balances Italian style with a contemporary idea of menswear, Alex wears a complete wardrobe, designed for an eclectic and stylish man. [...]
Cravattificio Dorico was founded in 1963, when Sergio Carignani began producing ties and in a few years, with great passion and dedication to work, quickly transformed it from a small local company to national level.
In the last decade, after consolidating its presence in the Italian market, Cravattificio also works internationally, exporting mainly in Sweden, England, Greece, Japan and Australia.
The Cravattificio Dorico Group includes the brands "Sergio Carignani" and "Marco Carignani".
The ancient Romans were one of the first peoples in recorded history to develop a wide range of footwear in many different styles of footwear, from light sandals for indoor wear to heavy boots for military use or for travel to colder climates. Leather was the primary material used for making footwear in ancient Rome. The Romans were very skilled at making quality leather from the hides of cows.
The Romans covered far more ground on foot compared with most people these days. In order to walk such enormous distances, they had to have had very comfortable and hard-wearing shoes.
In modern times, Audrey Hepburn won the title of chic full because a set of elegant Roman footwear within the film Roman Holiday.
This Year, top Roman sandals it’s still popular within the fashion industry The enhanced classical Roman footwear is very fashionable in this Spring Summer 2015.
If you’re a fashionable girl you’ll want a set of top Roman sandals. Roman footwear express wealthy wild temperament, all of them can display the design and style you want.
Michetti Daniele, a fashion brand based in the Macerata shoe's district, released a number of top Roman sandals and called the collection Gladiator Collection.
Summer time comes, let’s put on the Roman sandal to cope with hot summer time. Minimalism from the clip foot sandals make sure the awesome and relaxed within this summer time. Roman style is definitely an indispensable fashionable aspect in this year.
The shoe manufacturers Fiore Sassetti were established within a well-defined and developed regional context, in the shoe-making district of the Marche region, where there is an ever-growing passion for the product which, from being a simple accessory, has become an object of desire. It was precisely in this environment that the founding member Florindo Sassetti, on the wave of the Italian economic boom in the 60s, launched his career by leaving his job as an employee and beginning to make his own brand of shoes. From a small family workshop, a business was developed specialising in the production of men’s shoes, with the Bologna, Blake and Tubular construction methods, also designed for comfort. The careful selection of raw materials and the quality craftsmanship we dedicate to each phase of production, together with our keen eye for new trends, make our footwear a perfect combination of quality and fashion.
The time has come to be outdoors, to take long walks in the sun and dedicate yourself to the things you enjoy wearing your traveling companions, Voile Blanche, to enjoy Italian Summer in full.
Fashion and comfort accompany women in a new season of glamorous details, brilliant materials, technology, and lots of colour.
The women's collection is inspired by the world of clothing to better interpret the mood of the moment and turn the accessory into a fundamental detail of the outfit. It is the style of Voile Blanche shoes that make your look unique, original and contemporary.
The Aldo Bruè collection is the result of a journey that has its origins in the history of the brand. Both the men's and women's models are created by hand in Italy and represent the result of 80 years of experience. They are the fruit of the work of many people inspired by a strong passion and bond with the territory.
The ICON models take a leading role. In the 1970s and 1980s, they made the Aldo Bruè brand popular around the globe. The composite collections satisfy different markets but are always unique, expressing elegance and refinement, both in the classic and the casual models.
All the shoes, today as in the past, are made completely by hand in the historical headquarters in Monte San Pietrangeli following the techniques of the artisan tradition: an art which now only a few masters know and still practise. The use of refined, select leather, combined with the Ago Bologna processes and the bagged constructions like the California slip last and the Tubular method, provide exceptional comfort.
Giacomo Morelli’s quirky Giacomorelli footwear, has become a sneaker hit from Milan to Paris, and from London to Hong Kong (currently the company’s biggest market)...
What made you go for shoes in the end?
Initially I didn’t want to do shoes, since I was surrounded by them my entire life. I come from the Marches, a place notorious for manufacturing shoes, plus I had a ton of friends with shoe businesses, and a father working in the footwear industry. However, I’ve also done consulting for Bikkembergs its shoes. I designed shoes as part of my Marangoni graduation project, for which I had to design a total look. It were these studded slippers which stole the show. Through friends I met with my current business partner, who suggested commercializing those shoes. [...]
The cultural splendor of Tenochtitlan, the capital of the Aztec empire, was the stylistic inspiration for Giacomorelli’s SS15 collection. The young shoewear designer was inspired by pre-Colombian culture, celebrating not only its aesthetics but most of all its fine craftsmanship. [...]
Italian colour-meisters Santoni will do a bespoke version of most shoes in their collection. They don’t always create an entirely bespoke last, however – if the customer wants a model from the collection, they amend an existing last and cut it down or build it up, in order to get the perfect fit. The welt and sole are both hand-sewn. This is done on the Fatto a Mano offering too, which ca be made-to-order or ready-to-wear. The bespoke service is called Fatto a Mano Su Misura. [...]
The collection offers a range of shoes, bags and sunglasses...
The shoes are classy and beautiful, made from the finest Italian leather, velvet suede, calfskin, and soft varnished leather in primary, pastel, metallic, two-tone and striped colour ways. The moccasins, chunky heeled pumps and sandals, ballet flats and creepers feature details like fringe, stones set in gold hardware, metal heel studs and of courser the signature Tod’s soft stud sole. [...]
Fiorangelo, the shoe brand based in Le Marche has chosen the fifties, the Golden Era of automobile design, to produce and to advertise the last collection Spring Summer 2015. The eye-catching aesthetic of these big cars makes fertile fodder for fashion designers looking for inspiration.
Highly polished chrome metalwork, they are as desirable today as they were in the Fifties and Sixties when they were first created, large leather seats became the perfect polished backdrops of the beautiful pinup model. Colours are bold Cadillac red and racing green. Detailing on the shoes comes from the highly polished chrome metal work.