There is no surprise Tagliatore is sartorial in its roots. From this the creativity flows from Creative Director Pino Lerario, his approach is both flexible and understanding. His inspiration for a each new Tagliatore collection: ranging from the selection in fabric, the shade of a colour, the accessory details, a check pattern, are all elements closely watched under his eye.
The Tagliatore house cut for both women and men display slim and soft forms, the perfect fit is what the house has continually refined, crafting the research and enhancing of details; the shoulder fit, the sleeve hole and length, are the basis of considerations and concept for a Tagliatore garment.
Tagliatore defines itself as,
“A brand with a strong evocative meaning, born from the family tradition, has now been represented for many years through a simple creative image but efficient from a communicative point of view. A case history with a strong emotional impact which puts in first place the product in all its stylistic brilliance. The evocation of the fashion design perceived from the style that it represents, always similar in its preparation but different in content.”
What sets Tagliatore apart from other form fitting tailoring houses is the specialised knowledge and transfer of this, to both the labour force and production line. This results in emotional character in the end product. All products bear the official ‘Made in Italy’ stamp, which has created strong brand roots, allowing for the international markets to be taken head on. All 180 contributors to the Tagliatore company are operating within its own factory and produce about 340 garments a day, which are then distributed to about 800 clients in Italy and abroad.
The company and its constant innovation is apparent in all its creations ranging from double breasted overcoats, fitted and stretch blazers to rain coats. One area the brand excels in our opinion, is the revitalised classics, i.e the long houndstooth belted overcoats, a dream coat needed for all womens wardrobes. To view more from Tagliatore click here.