Pancrazio Parisi Interview @ Pitti Uomo 86

We had the chance of interviewing Pancrazio Parisi from Taormina during last edition of Pitti Uomo 86 in Florence.

The Parisi family, traditional tailors presents their collections signed by major national and international fashion designers.

Their adventure started in the workshop of the grandfather Salvatore, named “Don Toto”, between Egyptians cottons and linens from Tasmania, where they made elegant hand-sewed clothes for the local dandy.

At the end of the 60’s Don Toto’s son cav. Franco realizes the great potential of branded fashion, strating taking care of the collections in details proposing sartorial dresses and the first avant-garde Italian Brands.


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