Il Bisonte bags and accessories are designed to pursue what they call “classic originality”, marrying clean lines and functionality.
Last summer, while playing my weekly co-ed recreational soccer game, I got an email. It was from a company called Il Bisonte, reaching out because they thought that our philosophy of preserving the way . . . → Read More: Il Bisonte: High-Quality Italian Leather Goods with Minimalist Style
Maledetti Toscani upholds the idea that a product that says “made in Italy” should really be made in Italy. You have no idea how hard it is to find a partner that believes that and we are very happy to have found Maledetti Toscani. When we offer their products we know that we are offering authentic products–something that means everything to us. . . . → Read More: Maledetti Toscani
We always look for them and this year we found them: Maledetti Toscani is an experienced artisanal shop that is determined to preserve the way of the artisan and authentic made in Italy. Their works are beautiful and we are very excited to add them to our offering. . . . → Read More: Maledetti Toscani Is 100 Percent Made in Italy
A few weeks ago we got a surprise visit from Gianni’s cousin, who happens to live less than an hour away from our office, and he was bearing gifts from Italy! Oh my, what could it be? We opened it right away and it was a gift for our daughter Chiara: a small blue . . . → Read More: A Surprise Gift From Italy
At Marcopoloni, we care about products that express the artisan’s genius and creativity. We expect to find that anywhere in the world, but, since I am Italian, Italy has been a major focus for our searches. It helps that amazing leather craftsmanship abounds in Italy.
But I am sure that you are already . . . → Read More: Why Only Bags Made in Italy?
When we had a poor experience at a bakery that claimed to be authentic Italian we realized how difficult it is to copy a product and the entirety of its attributes from one country to another. We make sure that the products we offer are authentic from their country of origin. . . . → Read More: Authentic Italian