MARCH 8-10, 10AM-7PM
At the de Corato Atelier
819 Madison Avenue, 5th FL.
(between 68th & 69th Street)
New York, New York 10065
The elegance is concentrated in the shirt. The shirts are characterized by traditional and manual workmanship which makes them unique and exclusive. It’s an incredible experience to watch the threads being interlaced when the buttonholes are sewn or the “mezzo punto” on the shoulders….only those who have roots in this reality are able to see this. This is what makes the Neapolitan product stand out from those sold elsewhere ….the way of doing certain operations which is envied all over the world. The third generation of entrepreneurs has been able to raise the level of quality even more because they not only use the highest quality fabrics but also manage to mix and transform a classic product into a revisited one: a challenge which is giving considerable satisfaction to the company.
de Corato Sartoria
Our inspiration for de Corato Sartoria® was simple: the stylish men traveling through various cities in Italy are enough to inspire a century of fashion. Places like La Scala in Milan, Hotel Splendido in Portofino, Forte Dei Marmi, and Capri all bustle with the most elegantly dressed men in the world – these are the men that were envisioned while designing our collections. Each de Corato Sartoria garment is made entirely by hand in Italy.
The ability to renovate is a thin thread coming from a sturdy tradition. In 1934, Luigi Fedeli identified quality as his guiding principle. Quality remains the key to Fedeli’s success, from its roots in fine tailoring to its international role in luxury fashion. The historic Monza factory has always been the centre for Fedeli design and production. It was recently restructured to respond to current needs, but under the modern look beats the same passionate heart.
Stefano Bemer started his company in 1983 with a goal no less ambitious than creating the perfect Italian shoe. Through his curiosity, he taught himself the infinite variations of shoemaking by first repairing shoes, then attending courses and workshops, and finally mastering his own technique in the way it is recognized and appreciated today. Thanks to Stefano’s commitment, the brand’ name became closely associated with the highest standard of Italian elegance and quality, and today is synonymous of both style and refinement.
As of today, Stefano Bemer, is considered the unmatched Florentine shoemaker.
The company was founded in the 1900 by Enrico Mandelli and since the beginning the family Motto was “consciousness, craftsmanship and creativity”. Mandelli specialized in the production of high quality outerwear and sportswear using the top quality leather, noble fibers such as vicuña and cashmere combined with luxurious furs.
For the past 50 years, Mandelli is considered the best high quality producer of outerwear and sportswear in Italy. Thanks to their passion and creativity, Mandelli’s pursue the finest qualities available.