Dolce Vita Shoes
An authentic workshop of handmade and bespoke shoes for both men and women.
The lasts of the film stars, artists and musicians who, between the 50’s and the 70’s, left the imprint of their feet in this historic workshop in via Sistina, are still preserved here. Tito Petrocchi’s manufacturing tradition and stylistic simplicity have been preserved and handed down by his grandson and collaborator Bruno Ridolfi who continues to run the family business in his shop in vicolo Sugarelli. His style has always been oriented towards good taste and classicism, exclusively reinterpreted with several variations such as the turned up tip in men’s footwear.
Petrocchi is featured in A Tailor-made Guidebook – Rome.
Made in Sassari. He has always been passionate about fashion, he graduated in Law at LUISS University of Rome, where he lives and works, over the years he acquired an expertise in institutional communication. From now on, he is in charge of public relations and event planning, and he is also a consultant for AltaRoma.
An air of reverence even pervades the laboratory of this small shop which stands in the shadow of Rome’s Pantheon, where the exact measurements of Pope John Paul II are still preserved by the Gammarelli brothers.
Discovering a letter from Le Corbusier addressed to Albert Camus, in which the architect explained being "inhabited by the idea of a Boîte à Miracles [Miracle Box]", Hugues Decointet decides to interpret this schema which has for a long time been a part of his work.
In order to promote the know-how and the characteristics of La Rochère glass factory, located in Passavant-la-Rochère in the French department of Haute-Saône, Made in Town conducted a series of six video interviews of French and European designers, who have integrated the know-how of the glass factory into their creations. Each in their own way, they mastered glass.