Almare accessories at Pitti Immagine UOMO 8604 June 2014 | + Boyana Dimova
Inspired by the Sixties, nostalgic for the Fellini times and passionately fond of the Dolce Vita,Almare revives the elegance and dandyism of the Italian way to travel. Through its regional know-how, the brand works with the most beautiful materials on the lands of Tuscany to restore the appetite for travel.
Almare is also deeply attached to Italian craftsmanship which can be defined as timeless luxury.
Made by hand, with a true concern for details always at stake, and even improved. Combining leather and thick cotton canvas, the elegance of the products is also found through the refined colour palette of the collection.
Inspired by the tones of the walls of the cities in Tuscany, the pastel tints are indistinctly intended for men and women. The brand also brings back long forgotten accessories such as tie holders or document cases.One of the most fundamental issues was to find craftsmen able to understand the brand, its universe and the times to which its products were referring to.
A wonderful encounter took place in a Tuscan workshop established for three generations. There, the story of Almare could “take up again” passionately, with emotion.
The Italian craftsmanship, the made-by-hand, being concerned about the details and a genuine love for the product, for an era... Almare could not exist without meeting all these requirements.
Beyond the brand and the product itself, Almare is a way of life, a journey in time.
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