Stefano Ricci is a fashion boutique and a luxury brand founded by the homonymous designer in Florence in 1972. Growing up between silk and cashmere, the stylist initially bestowed his talent in creating luxury ties, but later he became a leader in the male haute couture rigorously Made in Italy.
Clothes are completely handmade and attract an international clientele, looking for luxury and excellence. Indeed, Stefano Ricci opened a lot of stores all over the world, in Milan, New York, Moscow and in many other East and US cities.
The constant research of elegance and perfection, the selection of materials and fabrics and the careful cure of details represent the key values for Stefano Ricci. Indeed, in 2010, the company bought the Antico Setificio Fiorentino, a historical factory that since 1786 produces silk fabrics for noble families throughout the world.
Stefano Ricci collections include a wide range of menswear-suits, shirts, jeans, polo shirts, casual wear and neckties. In addition, Stefano Ricci produces exclusive cufflinks and leather goods. Recently, the brand broadened his horizons and launched a home collection including porcelain and crystal dinner services, silverware, furnishing accessories, luxury linens and leather goods.
Stefano Ricci brand is also involved in the Art world. Their latest catalogues, conceived in line with the René Magritte and artist Jack Vettriano style, have been a great success. These associations have put into new perspective Stefano Ricci’s creations and the paintings of these famous artists.
Symbol of the brand is the eagle which appears very often inside the store and above all in the window, where even the mannequins have the head of this bird. The interior design of the boutique is very luxurious and elegant and mainly in polished and worked wood. In the middle of the room there is an imposing round wooden table with a crystal vase and flanked by orange leather armchairs. Along the walls, it is possible to find extended exposition wooden walls illuminated by small floodlights where male haute couture clothing and accessories are placed. The imposing arches and the frescoes along the walls give a classic and aristocratic touch to the entire boutique.