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Pantofi rosii de ocazie "Pollini" anii '90

Cod: IN143

Pret: 126 RON

Taxe transport

Pantofi retro de ocazie din satin rosu de matase si piele naturala, semnati Pollini. Se inchid lateral cu un pave cu cristale. Talpa si interior din piele naturala. Toc imbracat.

Masuri: lungime - 25, latime jos - 7, latime sus - 5, toc - 8; pe eticheta; 37 1/2. Echivalare: 37 1/2 (picior ingust).

Brand: POLLINI / Italia

Despre: "One of the oldest brands of footwear production in Europe is Pollini; it was founded in the last year of 19th century, by Domenico and Romeo Pollini. They started their business opening a small shoe shop, which was situated in the small town San Moire, which is one of the cities of Pascoli. 

Namely in this place had arisen a large number of well-known brands such as Vicini, Sergio Rossi, Baldinini. All of them once were just small shops, but now they are known throughout the world, and all thanks to the fact that their shoes had a high quality and a beautiful aspect. 

So, Pollini, during the First World War, produced shoes exclusively for the Italian army. When began the Second World War, all the shoe shops of San Mauro city joined together, and this situation had a positive impact on Pollini. When the war ended, the company began to develop rapidly. In the fifties years, already achieved certain successes, Pollini Company signed a cooperation agreement with a talented shoemaker, whose name is Bruno Malia. 

The company decided to purchase a small property, where would be possible to produce footwear. In 1956, this estate had become a fairly complete factory for the production of shoes. The cooperation with shoemaker Bruno Malia was interrupted in 1961. Exactly after two years in Italy was opened the first Pollini boutique, and already in the seventies years, this brand has become very popular, and began working with many big and well-known companies, so these years are considered golden for this firm.   

The Pollini shoes
 have gained a considerable success. The company began to produce two collections a year, and held demonstration of the collections in Paris, Milan and New York. In 1979 there were opened 15 chain stores in Japan – this became possible thanks to cooperation with TOYOTA-YURYA. Also chain stores were opened in other cities such as Rome, Milan, Verona and many others. Since 1989, the company's main office was located in Gatteo, where it is situated since nowadays; its area is 50000 m2. In 2000 the company started its cooperation with AEFFE FASHION GROUP. After that, the company Pollini began producing a variety of accessories, but under a different brand. In 2001, Pollini was included in the AEFFE FASHION GROUP. 

The year 2002 was marked by the fact that the company began to produce shoes for MOSCHINO brand, which belongs to the corporation AEFFE. Now the corporation owns brands such as Alberta Ferreti, Pollini, Moschino, Narcisco Rodriguez, Velmar. Soon after, namely in 2003, Pollini begin the cooperation with a talented and well-known Turkish designer Rifat Ozbeka, who later became the creative director of the company. He was responsible for creating the female line, called ready-to-wear. 

The Company Pollini become a technological and design leader in the AEFFE, it ccounted approximately 18% of total turnover, which is certainly not surprising, because Pollini shoes are distinguished by quality and style. AEFFE especially cherishes and appreciates Alberto Pollini, because he always surprises with extraordinary novelties shoes." (Sursa: totul.md)

Stare: excelenta (cateva mici zgarieturi, in special pe toc, nu se observa la purtare, se vad doar de foarte aproape)


Detalii produs


Periodizare: Anii '90

Masuri: 37

Culori: Rosu

Model: Uni

Material: Satin

Stil: Ocazie

Anotimp: Primavara

Designer: Pollini

Cod produs: IN143

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