• Interviews
  • Tastemakers: Andrea Ravazzalo

    Design is when form meets function. Ravazzolo, a Venetian tailoring house, is modernizing luxury menswear with their take on subdued elegance, weaving exclusive fabrics that perform with the best in the market. We spoke with CEO Andrea Ravazzolo about the heritage of the brand, his vision of the future of tailoring and what it takes […]

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  • Florentine Masterpiece: The L’Bardi Driving Shoe

    For Andrea Pierce, heritage is everything. Founded in 2012, L’ bardi provides footwear and accessories handcrafted in Italy. Patented in 1963, the iconic silhouette has been a staple for decades, offering a versatile alternative to traditional hard bottoms. And as with all great design, form follows function.     From its inception, the driving shoe has been […]

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  • Inspired Design from Progetto Fede

    Italian origins, global influences, and a personal touch are hallmarks of accessories maker Progetto Fede. Long time friends Luca and Aldo dreamt of days when they would develop something in tandem, yet family involvement in the oil trade kept Luca away from Italy. “We both come from modest families in Italy, and for different reasons […]

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  • Common Thread: Jack Sartori x Masel Milano

    For two young entrepreneurs, the heritage of old world craftsmanship met the pace of the contemporary landscape. Capturing the essence of refinement, this collaboration is a result of the connectivity that this digital age provides: “I found Masel Ties on social media,” says John Pantera, founder and chief designer at Jack Sartori. “We chatted and […]