In thinking about the names of our products, we were inspired by art, both musical and cinematographic, but also by today’s changing, complex, wonderfully heterogeneous and multifaceted culture and society. Each product evokes moments, places, moments of daily and… imaginary life.
Edith Piaf, 1945
Set in different colors coordinated with each other.
Round box with carrying handle that recalls the world of hat boxes from the early 1900s, which can be declined for any type of product.
Round box with bottom and lid ideal for packaging jewellery and accessories. In this case, the large box was used to contain refined cashmere sweater compositions, the small box was used to contain Korean scarves.
Inspiration for the fundraising project following the seismic events in the Umbria region.
Gardent covers available in different sizes, materials and colours. The product guarantees the protection and transport of each garment.
Collection of nostalgic Venetian songs.
Bottom and lid of the box with ribbon closures and handles for easy transport.
Bob Dylan, 1984 Exhibition box coordinated with carrying bag.
Coordinated image, made with recycled paper from lavender and coffee, combined with ribbons and cords made with natural cotton.
Jacques Brel, 1959 Coordinated image including the production of textiles and paper, ranging from jewellery to leather goods and footwear.
Coordinated image (FSC certified), bottom and cover boxes made of 100% recycled materials, 100% natural cotton textile production.
Ideal coordinated image for textile and jewellery products.
Unchained Melody Alex North e Hy Zaret, 1955 Bottom and cover boxes with magnetic closure, coordinated with envelopes and tags.
Coordinated image (FSC certified) of case boxes, bottom and cover boxes and bottom cover. The product is inserted in different materials, shaped specifically to contain it, represent it and enhance it to the best. This packaging is CO2-free.
Coordinated image for leather goods, eyewear and jewelry. Products made of natural materials.
Ernesto De Curtis, Giambattista De Curtis, 1894
Coordinated image made from a single material. A round box with a carrying handle that recalls the world of hatboxes from the early 1900s, which can be used for any type of product.
A celebration of Sorrento for the production of sandals.