Bologna Max Lallini Atelier
About Max Lallini Atelier
At number 71, Via Santo Stefano, is an exclusive Bolognese atelier called Max Lallini. Created by Antonio Moliterni and Corinna Egitto, they established this office and bespoke atelier in this beautiful palazzo dating to 1746.
Their brand is enhanced under a concept they like to refer to as: ‘The magic of desire’. Hence, through Antonio’s creativity and Corinna’s expertise in communication and marketing, Max Lallini travels far and beyond the borders of Bologna.
Their first step collaborating together began with the designing and making of classic shirts and blouses, always based on the principles and values of Italian craftsmanship but with an added value: home service. Later, they enlarged their exclusive apparel range to skirts, pants, bespoke male and female suits and informal clothing, coats, capes, shawls and accessories.
These following rooms reflect just a small sense of where this magic lies while at the same time lay the foundations for a long journey.
Raw materials made in Italy mix with opulent artisan display settings and cuttings of works-in-progress. Luxury items vie for space with photos and images of the latest fashion styles. Thanks to Corinna’s international education Max Lallini offers hospitality to young Italian artists, too, bringing a synergy to fashion circles. In short, this is a one-stop shop for both men and women who crave the best.
However, quite a lot of time is invested from start to finish of a single garment. Antonio’s artistic sketches are first shown to a customer; materials are selected; the initial stages of cutting, shaping, sewing and stitching it all together. The last stages may involve some minor adjustments while the garment is finally tried on and taken home.
Clients are warmly welcomed here as they set out on this journey – one that will no doubt demonstrate that Max Lallini sets a very high standard in dressmaking.
Beginning of 2012 will see the launch of their first new interior collection.