Italian shoe factory, established in 1910 in San Mauro Pascoli. Each year it manufactures 250,000 pair of shoes, of which at least 60% is exported. It has showrooms in Milan (Montenapoleone), in Düsseldorf (Königsallee), and in London (St. John’s Wood). Since 1992 the company has expanded in Eastern Europe, where it has single-brand shops, the most important of which is the Moscow store on Revolution Square, a few steps away from Red Square. For the last thirty years, the company has been managed by Gianni Baldinini.
The brand is today part of the Mariella Burani Fashion Group.
The year 2002 ended with a total turnover of €22 million, with a net profit of 5%.
Opening of a shop on Moscow’s fashionable Tverskaya Street.
Opening of a men’s boutique in via Verri, Milan. The renovation of the historic space in via Montenapoleone starts in the fall.
A presentation at Pitti Immagine of the results of the partnership between Baldinini and the German brand of men’s and women’s fashion René Lezard created for the manufacture of men’s shoes.