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Ethics, Tradition and Sartoria: A Conversation with Antonio Liverano
It’s hard to believe that it has already been a year since I had the pleasure of visiting Antonio Liverano’s sartoria in Florence with Fabio Attanasio of thebespokedudes.
Florence was in the midst of the post-Pitti lull in June 2013 when Fabio and I paid a visit to Mr. Liverano and Taka to talk about the Liveano & Liverano Tailoring Philosophy.
It was an incredibly inspiring and enlightening experience that reminded me why I feel so passionately about the importance of safeguarding the artisanal arts in the modern world.
More than skilled laborers, artisans are craftsmen, and more still, they are artists. The objects they produce synthesize centuries-old tradition, esthetic, skill and philosophy, thereby gifting the consumer with much more than money can ever buy.
More about our visit to Liverano here: http://www.thebespokedudes.com/2013/07/a-conversation-with-antonio-liverano.html