Antica Sartoria Positano

Antica Sartoria Positano

In the famous 60s, Positano in addition to the hippy phenomenon, discovered and experimented with the interesting phenomenon of "Positano Fashion". When you left the city for a trip to the beach, you often did not feel at ease, given the inappropriate clothing and then went looking for sarongs, shorts, shorts, costumes and everything that could be used on the beach or by boat. So the first stores of pottery, souvenirs, etc... are assailed by such requests. Being the inhabitants of merchants origin, they invented the famous "Moda Positano" improvising successful tailors, chopping scarves, linen or cotton towels, and sometimes ruining ankles bridal troops, transforming hand-embroidered fine sheets and old bingo table doilies or crochet, in elegant evening dresses. Many small shops like mushrooms were born, and in one of these, Giacomo Cinque poured out and expressed all the love for embroidery and art, still making extravagant and sometimes unrepeatable garments offering Positanese culture and spirit all over the world.

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In the famous 60s, Positano in addition to the hippy phenomenon, discovered and experimented with the interesting phenomenon of "Positano Fashion". When you left the city for a trip to the beach, you often did not feel at ease, given the inappropriate clothing and then went looking for sarongs, shorts, shorts, costumes and everything that could be used on the beach or by boat. So the first stores of pottery, souvenirs, etc... are assailed by such requests. Being the inhabitants of merchants origin, they invented the famous "Moda Positano" improvising successful tailors, chopping scarves, linen or cotton towels, and sometimes ruining ankles bridal troops, transforming hand-embroidered fine sheets and old bingo table doilies or crochet, in elegant evening dresses. Many small shops like mushrooms were born, and in one of these, Giacomo Cinque poured out and expressed all the love for embroidery and art, still making extravagant and sometimes unrepeatable garments offering Positanese culture and spirit all over the world.

Fashion District Molfetta s.r.l. Sede legale Via Brera 3 - 20121 Milano C.F. e P. IVA 03684040961 Cap. Soc. euro 10.000 i.v.
Registro Imprese di Milano REA MI-2087356