Fashion Blog Pages

Monday, March 2, 2015

Fratelli Rossetti Bauhaus Approach to Footwear

Fratelli Rossetti has drawn inspiration from its own archives for a fresh take on one of its classics: an ankle-boot, originally launched in 1975, with a bi-color design to highlight its structure. The simple, clean-cut style draws on the Bauhaus approach, meaning that a rational design creates timeless classics.Neo Bauhaus: the comeback of sharp lines
Aesthetics and functionality merge in the line of 6 different styles: 2 boots, 2 ankle-boots, 1 shoe and 1 bag. The forms are emphasized by the pairings of light colours with contrasting dark hues and diverse materials, such as leather and pony skin. They are authentic architectural masterpieces.

Fratelli Rossetti was founded in 1953 by the visionary genius Renzo Rossetti in Parabiago, in the outskirts of Milan. At that time, a national fashion industry was just beginning to develop in Italy.
The company is now run by brothers Diego, Dario and Luca from the second generation of the family. With their dedication and devotion, they have taken the company to its 60th anniversary and beyond, with a constant focus on quality. Over the years, the brand has become synonymous with style in Italy and across the globe. It embodies the values of unparalleled craftsmanship.
You may want to also view our previous fashion blog post about the Rock Candy shoes from Fratelli Rossetti.
Learn about the Fratelli Rossetti Boutique in Milan here on Apparel Search in one of our older fashion articles from a few years ago.

View more blog posts about boots here on Apparel Search.

Thank you for taking the time to read our footwear blog post. We hope that you have found this news to be informative. If you have comments or questions, please add your thoughts in the discussion area below.