The entrepreneur and textile designer Stefano Ricci and his way of seeing men's tailoring for Penta Magazine.
From the Antico Setificio Fiorentino, an 18th-century silk factory purchased by Ricci in 2009, that still uses a warping machine designed by Leonardo da Vinci till the wardrobe of plutocrats, celebrities and opulent russian oligarchies. The truest obsessive artisan culture and the sartorial product mantra of "handmade" and "made in Italy” it’s declined all over the workflow by an highly specialized craftsmanship production.