Dimitri D’Angelo’s design is successful because clients particularly appreciate his ability
to constantly reinterpret contemporaneity,
which is expressed through his choice of colours as well as materials and details such as
the sartorial skills of his atelier. Skills which - including the same passion for class and precision, as well as professional tenacity -

Dimitri learned as a young boy from his father Bruno, who in 1956, after the World War II bombings had completely destroyed his parents’ leather goods business, founded his own accessories brand, specifically high-fashion bags, belts and wallets. It soon became one of the top three companies in Europe, producing in excess
of 2200 handmade crocodile bags per month.