In search of the lost world of fashion
In Via Paolo Sarpi in Milan, a maze of homes that preserve their nineteenth-century artisan and manufacturing characteristics, among wholesale businesses and small newer eating places, you can come across fabulous tailor’s shops and modern showrooms. In search of tailor-made clothes, artisan creations that lend greatness to Made in Italy, this tour takes visitors into a historical building, unaltered since the nineteenth century, and an address dedicated to home decor and interior design. They can try on hats that combine history and modernity and jewels, from those made with glass, cord and brass through to masterpieces of the goldsmith’s art. A journey into the art of fashion that prioritises the quality and diversity that define our beauty.
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With a degree in Economics and Management of the Arts and Cultural Activities from Venice and a Masters in Art Direction and Copywriting from IED, project manager for many years in a film distribution company, she has today put her professional skills at the service of craftsmanship and the skilled labour in fashion.