Custodian of manufacturing skills reserved for few nowadays, Lardini is based in Filottrano, an enchanting medieval town in the Ancona area which does not only provide a spectacular corporate setting, but also nourishes Lardini’s very soul. Armed with little else but a passion for style and elegance, Luigi Lardini started out in the Seventies at the tender age of eighteen by creating a menswear collection. Intuitively sensing the potential behind his choices, his brother Andrea, then 21, and his sister Lorena, 19, joined forces with him whilst their father provided the financial backing for their start-up process. In 1978, a tailoring workshop was opened which soon aroused the attention of some fashion greats. Within a few years, the list of customers who enlisted Lardini’s services to make garments for them had grown and included some distinguished international names. Business burgeoned and the Lardinis took on different roles, acting in different yet complementary capacities to foster corporate development: Luigi handled the style issues, Andrea, with his university degree in computer engineering, took care of the technological side of matters whilst Lorena took on the responsibility for administration and financial management. A few years later, their younger sister Annarita also joined the family company assuming the position of quality control on all the garments leaving the company plants. Fired by their business success and prompted by a desire to expand into new directions, in time the Lardini family resolutely took on a new endeavour and sought to forge a collection in their own name. So it was that in 1993 the first Lardini menswear collection emerged from their workshops. Spontaneously elegant, the Lardini man stays true to himself whilst blending a contemporary spirit with a bold character, donning sleekly tailored clothes steeped in Italian sartorial heritage. The lapel flowers on the jackets stand for masculine hedonism and modern romanticism. The lapel flower, which takes its cues from the pins of the Seventies’ nouvelle vague, has now become an instantly recognisable symbol for Lardini’s classic contemporary style.The epitome of traditional sartorial artistry, the Lardini brand sinks its roots in decades of tailoring experience, local knowledge, sheer determination, fine Italian manufacture and dedication to quality. Each one of these traits has contributed to Lardini being today one of the most important clothing firms on the Italian and international market.
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