The founder of this fashion house started making shoes in 1923 and was immediately nicknamed “the shoemaker to the stars” as his ethos from day one was to create shoes that “would fit to perfection”.
The shoe collection, kept in the museum, enlightens the technical and artistic competencies of its founder who, through a choice of colours, models and material experimentation, was able to offer a massive contribution to the “Made in Italy” fame.
The museum also includes famous footwear created for some Hollywood stars like Marylin Monroe, Greta Garbo, Audrey Hepburn.
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