mypantalones:

Barbanera Shoes. mypantalones:

Barbanera Shoes. mypantalones:

Barbanera Shoes. mypantalones:

Barbanera Shoes. mypantalones:

Barbanera Shoes. mypantalones:

Barbanera Shoes.
PETRONIUS !!!! PETRONIUS !!!! PETRONIUS !!!! PETRONIUS !!!!

granon8:

original loafer

these are very nice loafers!

Francesco Maglia
Choosing among the best fabrics!
available on cardano Francesco Maglia
Choosing among the best fabrics!
available on cardano Francesco Maglia
Choosing among the best fabrics!
available on cardano Francesco Maglia
Choosing among the best fabrics!
available on cardano

Francesco Maglia

Choosing among the best fabrics! available on cardano
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Special fragrances by Meo Fusciuni

Looking for a gorgeous paper !!!

gmenweardaily:

Once finished shooting GWD Loves Puglia series, we immediately started thinking of which other city could be the next, and we had no doubts, Napoli was the one, the city with a centennial history of craftmanship, taylor shops and innovation.We had a lot of Neapolitan friends such as Fabio Attanasio, Gianluca Migliarotti, Antonio Rossi, Domenico Iovine, Giotto Calendoli and Francesco Fossari: everyone told us that we must go to Napoli, discover the beauties of the city, learn from the tradition combined to the innovation, eat a pizza at “Michele” and take a walk in the Quartieri Spagnoli.We then chose which brands / tailor shops to visit, knowing from the beginning we would have missed many others, as good as the ones you will see in this new series.The first stop was at Calabrese 1924 an historic tie shop born in 1924 and still leading today the market of high quality hand made ties.We met there Annalisa Calabrese and her father (the third generation Calabrese) and they told us a beautiful italian story made of sacrifices, hard times, ups and downs, deep emotions and great results.As usual we took some exclusive shots with our beloved  Charley, enjoy!read more here: http://bit.ly/Calabrese1924 gmenweardaily:

Once finished shooting GWD Loves Puglia series, we immediately started thinking of which other city could be the next, and we had no doubts, Napoli was the one, the city with a centennial history of craftmanship, taylor shops and innovation.We had a lot of Neapolitan friends such as Fabio Attanasio, Gianluca Migliarotti, Antonio Rossi, Domenico Iovine, Giotto Calendoli and Francesco Fossari: everyone told us that we must go to Napoli, discover the beauties of the city, learn from the tradition combined to the innovation, eat a pizza at “Michele” and take a walk in the Quartieri Spagnoli.We then chose which brands / tailor shops to visit, knowing from the beginning we would have missed many others, as good as the ones you will see in this new series.The first stop was at Calabrese 1924 an historic tie shop born in 1924 and still leading today the market of high quality hand made ties.We met there Annalisa Calabrese and her father (the third generation Calabrese) and they told us a beautiful italian story made of sacrifices, hard times, ups and downs, deep emotions and great results.As usual we took some exclusive shots with our beloved  Charley, enjoy!read more here: http://bit.ly/Calabrese1924 gmenweardaily:

Once finished shooting GWD Loves Puglia series, we immediately started thinking of which other city could be the next, and we had no doubts, Napoli was the one, the city with a centennial history of craftmanship, taylor shops and innovation.We had a lot of Neapolitan friends such as Fabio Attanasio, Gianluca Migliarotti, Antonio Rossi, Domenico Iovine, Giotto Calendoli and Francesco Fossari: everyone told us that we must go to Napoli, discover the beauties of the city, learn from the tradition combined to the innovation, eat a pizza at “Michele” and take a walk in the Quartieri Spagnoli.We then chose which brands / tailor shops to visit, knowing from the beginning we would have missed many others, as good as the ones you will see in this new series.The first stop was at Calabrese 1924 an historic tie shop born in 1924 and still leading today the market of high quality hand made ties.We met there Annalisa Calabrese and her father (the third generation Calabrese) and they told us a beautiful italian story made of sacrifices, hard times, ups and downs, deep emotions and great results.As usual we took some exclusive shots with our beloved  Charley, enjoy!read more here: http://bit.ly/Calabrese1924 gmenweardaily:

Once finished shooting GWD Loves Puglia series, we immediately started thinking of which other city could be the next, and we had no doubts, Napoli was the one, the city with a centennial history of craftmanship, taylor shops and innovation.We had a lot of Neapolitan friends such as Fabio Attanasio, Gianluca Migliarotti, Antonio Rossi, Domenico Iovine, Giotto Calendoli and Francesco Fossari: everyone told us that we must go to Napoli, discover the beauties of the city, learn from the tradition combined to the innovation, eat a pizza at “Michele” and take a walk in the Quartieri Spagnoli.We then chose which brands / tailor shops to visit, knowing from the beginning we would have missed many others, as good as the ones you will see in this new series.The first stop was at Calabrese 1924 an historic tie shop born in 1924 and still leading today the market of high quality hand made ties.We met there Annalisa Calabrese and her father (the third generation Calabrese) and they told us a beautiful italian story made of sacrifices, hard times, ups and downs, deep emotions and great results.As usual we took some exclusive shots with our beloved  Charley, enjoy!read more here: http://bit.ly/Calabrese1924

gmenweardaily:

Once finished shooting GWD Loves Puglia series, we immediately started thinking of which other city could be the next, and we had no doubts, Napoli was the one, the city with a centennial history of craftmanship, taylor shops and innovation.
We had a lot of Neapolitan friends such as Fabio Attanasio, Gianluca Migliarotti, Antonio Rossi, Domenico Iovine, Giotto Calendoli and Francesco Fossari: everyone told us that we must go to Napoli, discover the beauties of the city, learn from the tradition combined to the innovation, eat a pizza at “Michele” and take a walk in the Quartieri Spagnoli.
We then chose which brands / tailor shops to visit, knowing from the beginning we would have missed many others, as good as the ones you will see in this new series.
The first stop was at Calabrese 1924 an historic tie shop born in 1924 and still leading today the market of high quality hand made ties.
We met there Annalisa Calabrese and her father (the third generation Calabrese) and they told us a beautiful italian story made of sacrifices, hard times, ups and downs, deep emotions and great results.
As usual we took some exclusive shots with our beloved  Charley, enjoy!

read more here: 
http://bit.ly/Calabrese1924

ein-bleistift-und-radiergummi:

Vintage Poster Ad ‘Winter in Italy’ 1951

Vintage Italian ad

ein-bleistift-und-radiergummi:

Vintage Poster Ad ‘Winter in Italy’ 1951

Vintage Italian ad