It may seem against the tide but pursuing the values of an all-Italian elegance, tailoring, beauty and know-how is a prerogative of those who do not surrender to the prevailing homogenising of good taste that, as a result, lowers the quality level and corrodes the essence.
Pier Luigi Frighetto has a long history, all played out in the world of design; first as an entrepreneur and talent scout, and then as a style and product development consultant of renowned upholstery enterprises.
35 years experience now concentrated in Black Tie.
Just like the tuxedo is a symbol of tailored elegance, a dress code that stresses a modus vivendi, the Black Tie upholstery collections represent the outcome of many details, created by the wisdom of craftsmen.
The all-Italian chain of sofas and armchairs of the Black Tie collection sees the light here together with the furnishing accessories that evolve around the living room environment such as coffee tables and poufs.
Pieces designed and manufactured as if they were high fashion outfits created in an atelier, using the finest materials for the structure and the most exclusive leathers and fabrics for the lining.
Every sofa is numbered, equipped with a passport that certifies every feature and accompanies it throughout it remarkably long lifespan.
Black Tie necessarily produces a limited number of pieces, inspected in every single detail; otherwise how could we really translate the concept of "exclusivity"?