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THE COLLECTOR’S WARDROBE
A summa of tailoring and tradition, STEFANO RICCI found its DNA mirrored in the halls of the Stibbert Museum in Florence.
The fascinating home-museum was created by Frederick Stibbert, a cosmopolitan dandy who dedicated his life to creating a collection of exquisite cultural artefacts as well as acting as a patron to the best craftsmen that Italy had to offer.
A sensitive dresser, Stibbert may have well found himself at home in refined 100% Made in Italy garments, such as those crafted at STEFANO RICCI today.
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VITTORIALE DEGLI ITALIANI
Through philanthropic works and the creation and exhibition of an artful collection at the estate, STEFANO RICCI follows this motto, loved by Poet Gabriele d’Annunzio.
The vitality and broad heritage of Florence, Stefano Ricci’s birth city, provides an endless source of inspiration, passion, and fascination. His allegiance to the city has moved him to pursue, along with the act of creation for his own brand, the vital expression of safeguarding the city’s many treasures from the Antico Setificio Fiorentino to the Castello di Sammezzano and Recently, the Vittoriale degli Italiani.
CASTELLO DI SAMMEZZANO
A tribute to Italian elegance in an extraordinary moresque setting, rich in symbolism and arabesque atmospheres. A marvel of colour which exalts the unmistakable style of the STEFANO RICCI man.
NEW LIGHTING OF THE LOGGIA DEI LANZI
On the occasion of STEFANO RICCI’s 40th anniversary, the company honored Florence by donating a new lighting for the Loggia dei Lanzi. Designer Stefano Ricci dedicated this important date in the company’s history to Florentine cultural heritage.
THE GUILDS OF FLORENCE
A HERITAGE LIVING THROUGHOUT THE CENTURIES
STEFANO RICCI collaborates with the State Archive of Florence for the safeguarding and restoration of Italian heritage. The initiative provides a restoration of a first selection of 12 antique books, including The Art of Silk and The Art of Wool, which will be subsequently subjected to digitisation efforts.
NEW LIGHTING OF THE PONTE VECCHIO
On the occasion of the 60 years of “Firenze Hometown of Fashion”, Stefano Ricci donates to its city the new lighting of the Ponte Vecchio bridge. A gesture of love towards Florence, a tribute to the designer’s roots.