Italians have always been associated with quality fashion.
During the Renaissance period, the Italian city of Florence was largely regarded as the center of fashion innovation. However, for several centuries afterwards, it was Paris that held the title of the world’s center of fashion excellence and innovation. Nonetheless, by the middle of the 20th century, Italy is ready to reclaim its former glory when it comes to fashion innovation.
With brands such as Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Armani, Benetton, Salvatore Ferragamo, Fila, Moschino, Prada, Versace, and Valentino just to name a handful, Italian fashion designers have literally blazed the catwalk with their own unique brand of comfortable fashion innovation with unmistakable elegance, exquisite fabrics, excellent tailoring, and unmatched innovation, imaginativeness, and creativity.
Continuing on the tradition of classic Italian fashion innovation
Adam Pilecki with his minimal yet very sporty low cut design Pilecki glove shoes that successfully marries knightly aristocratic strength with comfort and contemporary modern look. Following in the footsteps of well-known Italian shoemakers like Alberto Fermani, Bruno Magli, Elsa Schiaparelli, Geox, Giuseppe Zanotti, Gucci, Prada, Salvatorre Ferragamo, Sergio Rossi, and Tod’s, Adam Pilecki capitalizes on the unique skill set of Italian craftsmen to create a masterpiece footwear that can rival some of the world’s best. And when this is used with other pieces of fashion innovation from Italy’s world renowned designers, the effects are truly spectacular, to say the least.
Italian Shoe Industry
It is a well-known fact in Italy that many of the well-established shoemakers often work in collaboration with Italy’s iconic fashion designers. For instance, Sergio Rossi has been known to have entered into a collaborative partnership with Gianni Versace before designing the footwear collection of other reputable worldwide Italian brands like Azzedine Alaia and Dolce & Gabbana. Another classic example is Italian shoemaker Giuseppe Zanotti who worked to provide the footwear designs for Roberto Cavalli and Valentino. Reputable Italian shoemakers also followed in the footsteps of their counterparts in the fashion industry. Bruno Magli was known to have provided the moccasins for Christina Onassis and Sophia Lauren. Likewise, Salvatore Ferragamo was known to have provided the shoes for Marilyn Monroe, Judy Garland, Douglas Fairbanks, and Mary Pickford.
Capitalizing on a very strong tradition that is deeply rooted in luxury leather goods, high-quality tailoring, and fine craft heritage in textile production, Adam Pilecki aims to provide the modern road warrior with the most appropriate and most comfortable footwear that can be worn in conjunction with any type of fashion piece. Of primary importance is the classic and very minimalistic design of the Adam Pilecki shoe.
Constructed of 100 percent genuine Italian leather, the Adam Pilecki glove shoe speaks well of the natural aesthetic and comfortable characteristics of Italian fashion innovations. The natural cotton laces provide for an excellent contrast to the velvety texture of genuine leather.
What makes the product all the more exciting is that it is 100 percent handcrafted by Italian craftsmen who have dedicated more than a good portion of their lives to perfect their craft. Adam Pilecki has ensured absolute comfort for the wearer of the shoes. The main body of the shoe is made of black calf leather; the neck with redskin calf leather; the shoe lace section with shark calf leather; the logo strip with Santa Claus calf leather; the backstay and vamp with lilium calf leather; the welt stitch with mouton nylon; and the outsole with black rubber.
With 5 different calf leathers making up a pair of Adam Pilecki shoes, it is no wonder that the footwear is dubbed to be a great addition to any fashionista’s arsenal. Adam Pilecki is well on his way to continuing the long tradition of Italian footwear fashion innovation.