Baldinini. 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 Gimmi Baldinini.
In 2001 Mariella Burani Fashion Group bought 50% of the brand. Then the brand ended the following year with a total turnover of €22 million, with a net profit of 5%.
In addition to shoes, boots and sandals, Baldinini over the years has increased its production by adding fashion bags in various styles and shapes, micro-leather accessories, such as wallets, purses, key rings and cases; jackets, jackets, coats in leather and precious furs in different colors and combinations.
The brand also opened a men’s boutique in via Verri, Milan.
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.
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