The GuidoMaggi art director tells the secrets behind a worldwide leading brand’s success: the importance of rediscovering the values of beauty, that last over the years while keeping its allure unchanged.
Rolex and GuidoMaggi elevator shoes are a winning combination: both are true luxury symbols that share the obsessive attention to details and materials and a unique design that is their distinctive feature. A slow luxury to be experienced thoroughly and calmly. The Swiss brand watches are immediately recognizable, and so are the elevator shoes of the Lecce-based maison.
From casual to formal, GuidoMaggi chelsea boots reveal their exclusive and refined soul. The only ones to offer, together with the high tailoring and the customization, also an increase in height up to 4 inches
The elevator shoes for the new season feature a linear shape and clean design. An unprecedented mix of tradition and innovation for height increasing shoes that will make you rise at every occasion
Now I have mostly bought my elevators online…in fact, what am I saying: I have ALWAYS bought my elevators online, from my 4” Ischia to my 5” Shanghai to my 6” Hong Kong. But if I had the option, in the final analysis, I would just LOVE to be able to run riot in a shoeshop and check out the whole lot
Emanuele Briganti, the young designer of the brand which has been making luxury shoes for over a century, explains how passion and talent, tradition and a strong identity make Italian excellence lasting
Emanuele Briganti, CEO of GuidoMaggi, underlines that today only the uniqueness born from the passion and talent of know-how, must be the soul of high fashion. GuidoMaggi elevator shoes, result of the painstaking work of expert craftsmen, are shaped on each individual style to be exclusive masterpieces
“The truth is that luxury allows the protection of the Louisiana alligators” – reveals Matthew Kilgariff, director of Corporate Social Responsibility at Richemont. It’s time to clarify: luxury brands like GuidoMaggi work to protect the environment and the animals.
Emanuele Briganti, CEO of GuidoMaggi: Luxury helps to overcome the crisis. Despite the emergency period, the luxury market holds us and supports us. A way to feel better is to surround yourself with beautiful things and to enhance the Italian economy