Oscar Wilde (1854 - 1900),
Irish writer, aphorist, poet and essayist.
This model has a nineteenth-century atmosphere that comes close to the shoes used by the Doges in olden times. To give more comfort, the upper has three different fabrics and is molded individually. For this reason too it withholds an aura of beauty that it carries with the elegance of its silhouette, the originality of its finishes, and the strength of its colours.
This shoe adores good conversation, highbrow thinking, and quips so imperious as to become aphorisms. It prefers the journey as a metaphor for the search for harmony, for those landscapes of art that have a timeless feel. Often it talks of it, doing so with the emphasis of a free spirit, a model that transcends the usual and, with rare elegance, leaves behind it the fences of short-sighted conformism.
Traditionally in velvet, now it also sports versions in pure fresh linen.
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.