MAGAZINE February 26th, 2021

PELLICCERIA LAGORI Galleria&Friends

 

Since 1944 the fur changes leather in respect of the animals and the fashions.

From the time of the war the shop stands out for its handwork and respect for animals to offer quality and variety of products. The history of the Lagori family begins in the early twentieth century in Via San Gottardo with another surname, that of Giuseppina Bertoli, forefather of the production. It was with his son Francesco that the workshop was born, which is still in via Morone, survived the world war and enriched with the economic boom, during which all women wanted to have a fur coat and it was the golden years of this market. Francesco during the Resistance goes around by bicycle through the streets of Milan to supply customers at home. In 1969 his daughter Cinzia took over, still riding the family business with his son Simone. First the fur was a big investment for a garment that would last forever.

To meet the new needs of the 2.0 generation, Lagori also offers many fun and very accessible accessories: from smartphone hoods in mink hair, to hats with the pompom, fox cuffs or colored leather gilet. The quality of the brand lies above all in the workmanship, which still takes place in the laboratory. Here it is possible to be followed by the choice of the material up to the ordinary maintenance and summer housing.

Website francescolagori.it

 

 

 

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