André Breton (1896 - 1966), French poet and essayist, one of the greatest exponents of Surrealism.
A follower of Rimbaud, this model retains the original inspiration. For the sole lining we use recycled jute and rags, and pressed and reprinted old bicycle tyres. For extra comfort, it fits both right and left.
Its signature white edge raises it into a timelessness that makes it a cult item that comes round time and again. This feature fits in perfectly with its lively, distinctive temperament and that offbeat way it has of beholding the world, letting itself drift with dreams rather than needs and, drift in the cities it visits, chasing images, impulses, insights, and avoiding any guide that wants to hook up to reality.
During the sunny season is provided a linen summer collection. Colors vary from year to year.
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In Venice, during the Repubblican period, the cloak was used by simple peasants, but also by the gentlemen.
In the heart of the N.E. Italy’s Euganean Hills a collaboration has begun between FAI (Fondo Ambiente Italiano – Italian Environment Fund) and Piedàterre.