Sometimes “Made in Italy” form is abused. It’s like a blanket used to cover what is not very italian actually, from materials to manifacture. And it’s a waste. It’s not the case of Gucci wich has promoted this spectacular initiative Gucci Artisan Corner. Most skilled artisans in schedule cities like Tokyo, Osaka, Rome, Paris, San Francisco, Chicago, Beverly Hills and New York, assemble and finish some of the fabulous iconic handbags, like New Jackie and New Pelham, so customers will have the opportunity to see with their own eyes, the details and careful work involved in every single item.
That’s the true meaning of “Made” in Italy.