Quintessentially Italian

A classic is more than merely reminiscent; it’s an idea that proves itself impervious to time. Since 1912, many ideas have come and gone but a handful refuse to age. With their rare equilibrium of poise, proportions and performance, these are silhouettes that bolster the mythos of writing’s golden age. Crafted by hand and guided by tradition, this is where many of Italian writing’s greatest hallmarks were created.