Founded in 1945 by Nazareno Fonticoli and Gaetano Savini, Brioni revolutionized menswear by holding the first men's fashion show in 1952 at Florence's Palazzo Pitti. With its precision and innovation, the Rome-based brand quickly became the world's leading tailor for actors, musicians, and heads of state. Written by fashion historian Olivier Saillard, Brioni: Tailoring Legends takes a look back at the legendary Italian label and honors its exceptional suits and sartorial heritage with hundreds of rare original photographs from the house's archives. The book features a forward by novelist Bret Easton Ellis and is bound in a linen hardcover with a slipcase.
Width: 10.9" / Length: 13.8" / Depth: 4.2" / 264 pages