Carlo Andreacchio is a world-famous tailor. He is a refined, innovative and attentive expert, as well as a lover of high-quality Italian craftsmanship. Today, he runs the renown Sartoria A. Caraceni in Via Fatebenefratelli, along with his wife Rita Maria. The workshop was first established in 1946 by Agostino Caraceni, based on a tailoring family tradition dating as far back as the 19th century. The atelier was handed down to Agostino’s son Mario who, in his forty-year long management, employed some thirty tailors. One of these, Carlo Andreacchio, married his daughter and inherited the atelier when Mario retired in 1998. The production of custom-made suits, the accurate selection of fabrics, the special attention he dedicates to his relationship with clients, and the rigorous accuracy he pours into his craftsman’s work are the elements at the root of his ongoing success.
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This historical Sartoria, heir to a family tradition dating back to mid-19th century, realises every year 400 wonderful hand-sewn clothes, cut with a ...
This historical Sartoria, heir to a family tradition dating back to mid-19th century, realises every year 400 wonderful hand-sewn clothes, cut with a technique granting perfect fit.