INTERVIEW: From banker to business man, how Leonida Ferrarese built Italy’s best Atelier

"When I decided to open my company, my motto was: “Not another ordinary tailoring Maison”.


The Tresigallo municipality is among the most fascinating examples of Italian rationalism — part urban utopia, part failed Fascist experiment. Today the city, deep in the Ferrara plain, has its history explored.

In the photographs of Bartolomeo Celestino, all true things are equal

Best known for his striking seascapes that conceal a subversive undertow, the artist unveils a deeply personal new body of work