Did you know that the 'Made in Italy' label does not always mean that the product is actually made in Italy? Confused? Let us explain.
It is common practice within luxury fashion to produce almost an entire product in a country where labour and raw materials are considerably less expensive, before finishing the final production step in Italy. This is done so that the product can be labelled 'Made in Italy' and sold with the higher price which the label commands. The practice of cutting cost & quality corners is now threatening the very lifeblood of craftsmanship, the livelihoods to the artisans themselves. We felt this was not right.
Our commitment towards transparency ensures every Italian artisan who works on our products is acknowledged and remunerated fairly for their craft and expertise.
We don't just label our products 'Made in Italy', we 100% prove they are.