During the years of the economic boom in Italy, Raffaele Caruso, a master tailor of the famous Neapolitan school, decided to move to the province of Parma in 1958. He opened a bespoke tailor’s shop in Soragna to serve the area’s affluent clientele and hired two seamstresses, who later became his wife and his sister-in-law. Caruso carried on his business with such great determination and commitment that, like many other entrepreneurs in that magical period of transformation of the country, he eventually created a large company of 600 employees. Caruso is today a leader in the production of Italian tailored men’s fashions.
The evolution from the prototype to the suit is in the hands of the seamstresses and tailors at Caruso. Although on average these artisans are only about forty years old, they produce the finest articles of clothing in the world. They are used to cutting, smoothing, assembling, and rounding every sort of jacket for men. All the different fabrics, embroidery, yarn and accessories have been seen selected and shaped by the staff in Soragna. These teams have accumulated a collective expertise that is unique in the trade, because they combine in a single production site an artisan workshop, a creative studio, as well as all the innovation that is associated with modern industry.
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