The two young Sigalini brothers, who started out from the provinces with a dream, meet, with their brand Pantamolle, a historical reality like Thomas Mason. And they innovate bespoke tailoring.
"Starting with a 450 euro loan from their parents right after high school and from Dello, 'the little Paris' in the province of Brescia, finding themselves collaborating with some of the most important fashion companies and making custom outfits for celebrities and VIPs.
This is the dream, realised, of brothers Francesco and Piergiacomo Sigalini, aged 25 and 27, who, after starting a made-to-measure shirt shop in Brescia in 2016 (today it bears the name Conte Francesco Sigalini), created Pantamolle, a clothing brand that, from the making of a pair of trousers with elastic, has come to create ready-to-wear collections made with precious fabrics, from silk to cotton to velvets.
A mood that has also conquered Stefano Albini, the fifth generation of the Albini Group, Europe's largest manufacturer of shirting fabrics, which also has among its brands the iconic brand of English tradition Thomas Mason.
A mood that also won over Stefano Albini, fifth generation of the Albini Group, Europe's largest manufacturer of shirting fabrics, which also has among its brands the iconic brand of English tradition Thomas Mason. "I appreciated them because they are young, eclectic and original, good at approaching customers and interpreting their needs," he explains to Gentleman."
Gentleman Magazine, 15 May 2023