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The measure
of elegance

When you wear a piece of Lardini outerwear, it is impossible not to feel quality against your skin. What can't be felt, however, is how this quality is measured.
Every day, 1,400 people offer up the irreplaceable experience of their hands to help create Lardini’s garments.

A piece of fabric must undergo almost 200 steps to become a piece of Lardini outerwear – from finishing, which prevents the piece from losing its shape and guarantees a perfect fit, to cutting, 150 assembly steps and more than 20 pressings.

20,000 square metres of state-of-the-art machinery designed to optimise tailoring, whilst respecting the environment and the marvellous region of the Le Marche hills.

International destinations

Every day, more than 2,000 garments leave Filottrano, destined for the four corners of the globe in 700 multibrand stores.

Lardini’s collections began their journey in Italy, in Milan, the international capital of Italian creativity, where its first dedicated showroom opened – 1,100 square metres in a prestigious building on via Manzoni.

In 2016, the East opened its doors to the first flagship stores in Seoul, Daegu and Busan in South Korea, a strategic location that quickly ushered the company into the Chinese market.

In 2017, the two largest single-brand stores opened in Milan, right in the middle of the Via Montenapoleone fashion district, and Tokyo, in the city's luxury district.

The same year, three corners were opened in the Madrid department store, El Corte Inglés.

In 2019, Lardini entered the Australian market with the opening of two shop-in-shops in Harrolds in Sydney and Melbourne.