mantero editorial

  • Rock aristocracy


    Scilla Ruffo di Calabria – a DJ by vocation – shares her idea of style, which is simple, funky and happy. Young educated woman with a spontaneous smile, courtesy and intelligence. Scilla, 33, is one step ahead. She studies international relations and works in politics, but it is music that makes her happy. Fate helps – a friend asked her to play as a DJ at a vernissage. It was a success and she went viral, and started mixing at glamorous parties. Her chic character is in sync with her musical mix – classic rock, soul, funky from the 60s and 70s. Scilla belongs to one of the oldest European dynasties and is aware of her fortune. She shows her gratitude by being a volunteer for civil protection and the Red Cross. And she goes to Lourdes to help the sick by energising them with rock and roll…

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  • Have a good Christmas


    Fashion that helps: is the philosophy that inspires Mantero and the Dee Di Vita project - an initiative which sees it team up with the Salute allo Specchio association.

    An all-female project, Dee Di Vita psychologically and socially supports women receiving cancer treatment.

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  • From dream to reality


    Knotted with a quick gesture, sometimes in a rush. Here is what it takes to create a silk scarf. More than 1200 hours of work. An ancient process with a dash of modernity.

    A group of designers works on creative ideas for a long time to create a harmonious and imaginative design. Mantero's impressive and extraordinary archive holds an enormous reservoir of inspiration which is rich in its drawings, patterns and designs. Once achieving the ideal composition, it is delivered to the engraver's hands.

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Since 1902, craftsmanship and savoir-faire, energy and creativity have been the common threads of all Mantero collections.