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“Time improves what is only imperfect at the outset“

Living in Florence means breathing culture, art and having continuous sources of inspiration. This is how the Barone brand came to life in 1997.

Initially marked on the sale of leather and fur garments and subsequently expanded into other sectors such as jeans, knitwear and accessories. All leather goods are handmade by our craftsmen in the Italian territory and guaranteed in quality by the designer-entrepreneur Massimo Romolini, who stands out for the seriousness of the service and customer satisfaction in Florence and in the world.

Each Baron tells a story: precision, care, attention and dedication are fundamental factors in the creation of the collections, a very delicate phase to transform what was once just an idea into a garment of timeless beauty.

The company is made up of different sectors: two administrative offices and a quality control office, working closely together with the commercial department . The operative heart of our company is the “laboratory-warehouse”, where all the processing steps are carried out: after the idea has been realized, it goes through the warehouse before going to our stores.

We distinguish two types of warehouse: one relative to the skin, inside which all the hides (sheep, reindeer, crocodiles, etc.) are stored and the other relative to the furs (colored fox collars, rams, rex etc …), but also to fabrics for linings, padding and knitwear.

In the case of the skin we have the tamponing department .

We believe that hand padding, as a finishing technique, can give the skin that lucidity that would otherwise be difficult to obtain through standardized procedures.

Once this technique has been performed, it is left to dry for a whole day before it can be processed.

An important figure in this sector is the model maker who, following the design of the designer, designs the first prototype on cardboard
From here comes the paper pattern department, consisting of 500 prototypes.

Thus we arrive at the cutting department, with the paper patterns to be followed and the raw material chosen for the type of article to be created. The operator starts with the cutting action, which can be done by hand (in the case of jackets, jackets, sweaters, pants) or through the use of dies (cutting tool with which the different parts of a product) in case of bags or shawls.

Once the necessary number of pieces to be assembled has been cut, it is passed to the tailoring department that will complete the garments as a work of art. Once finished, the head passes to quality control. After that, you go to the ironing department to eliminate any kind of wrinkling.