Ritz Sadler

 Ritz Sadler

Ritz Sadler is a clothing brand founded in 1946 in Bologna and launched by Giorgio Faccioli, together with his wife Raffaella, they had opened a shop in Cortina in 1964. This was the starting point for the company’s rise, with classic clothing for men and women, accessories, leather goods and the Ritzino line for children.


At the end of the 1960s, Ritz Sadler arrived in Milan, in Via Manzoni, and in Bologna, in Via Farini. In 1969, together with Giovanni Nuvoletti, Faccioli organised one of the first “parades” of Made in Italy in Cortina, Cortina-Moda, repeated the following year: guests included the Missoni family, Emilio Pucci, Mila Schön and Achille Maramotti for Max Mara. Faccioli also brought high-level cultural exhibitions to the Ampezzo town, such as the one dedicated in 1990 to the New Deal American painter Norman Rockwell.

In August ’99, they inaugurated the Ritz Store in Cortina, a renovated showroom in Corso Italia.

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