Under the aegis of the Prince of Wales,
Lord Brummel became the epitome
of English elegance.
It is essentially a matter of poise.
For this furlana, it comes natural to move with the elegance of another era, like when it enchanted onlookers at sumptuous Venetian receptions.
Made of silk or damask shantung, this sabot stands out for the care taken to make it - simple yet rigorous - and for its refined poise, combined with its charming conversation - a tad posh, albeit always amiably-humoured.
The colors of the silks are only indicative, since, using natural dyes, the washing of silk can vary.
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.