Trémoulière is a young French brand that has the particularity of manufacturing its products in France, hence its place in my “made in France” series. They use materials mostly sourced from France, but also in Great Britain and Italy.
Inspired by the 60’s and 70’s when fashion was made indistinctly for both men and women, Trémoulière’s accessories would suit anyone. Indeed, in addition to the impeccable craftsmanship, the sleek designs are to be admired.
In short, if you are French like me, be stylish, be patriotic, buy Trémoulière.
If you are not, well, you are welcome to support our ever declining manufacturing industry, and be stylish at the same time.
Trémoulière products can be found in France, Italy, Japan, China and online, at Vestiaire Collective, StudioHomme and la Belle Echope.
Now dear reader(s), please behold.
This is the inaugural post of my “Made in Italy” series. I hope you’ll enjoy it.
Italy is renowned for its famous house such as Versace, Marni or D&G as well as the outstanding craftsmanship of its artisans, especially when it comes to footwear.
So I decide to focus this first post on a shoe brand called Diemme footwear. This company was founded in 1992 and is located in Onè di Fonte in Northeastern Italy.
According to their website, the area of Montebelluna (where Onè di Fonte is) manufactures over 50 % of the worldwide production of technical mountaineering boots and 75 % of the world’s ski boots.
I do not care about skying but I would wear their shoes anytime! They are distributed in 22 countries including the USA, notably in one of my favorite stores here, Need Supply in Richmond, Va, but also Scoop, Barneys and Mr Porter among others.
I already mentionned this brand in one of my post about (capsule) women tradeshow in Paris.