Lardini

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Lardini Srl
IndustryFashion
Founded1978
Headquarters,
Italy
Area served
International boutiques: Milan, Moscow, Baku and Xi'an
Key people
Luigi Lardini (Creative Director), Andrea Lardini, Lorena Lardini, Annarita Lardini
ProductsMen's tailoring
ServicesFashion production, ready to wear, made to measure
Number of employees
300 internal, 800 external
Websitelardini.it

Lardini Srl is an Italian fashion house founded in 1978.

History[edit]

The company was founded by the Lardini family in 1978. It is famous for manufacturing men's tailoring for brands Dolce & Gabbana, Salvatore Ferragamo, Versace, Valentino, Etro and Burberry.[1] Lardini produces a ready to wear tailoring line, which is retailed at its showroom in Milan and three monobrand boutiques outside Italy.[2]

Luigi Lardini is its current creative director; his garments can be distinguished by a signature lapel flower constructed from wool.[1]

Production[edit]

The company produces 1,600 garments per day at its headquarters in Filottrano, Italy.[citation needed] It exports 60% of its annual production.[3]

Boutiques[edit]

Since 1978 Lardini has opened four boutiques: Milan, Moscow, Baku and Xi'an. Lardini garments are also sold in Genoa and Chiavari.[4]

Lardini ready to wear men's suits retail at between €1,500 to €3,000. Made to measure suits can cost more than €3,000 and can be commissioned for international customers.

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