Our History

In 2005, Vincenzo Attolini, a name already known on the Neapolitan and international fashion scene, gave birth to the idea of a new men’s line. A collection whose characteristics derived from the most authentic Neapolitan sartorial tradition, albeit with an aesthetic devoted to ongoing development and innovation.
From Vincenzo Attolini Senior, who is universally recognized as the founding father of the Neapolitan sartorial tradition, to Vincenzo Attolini Junior, everything has evolved but nothing has really changed.
Stile Latino is a creative souvenir; from the tender age of nine, Vincenzo Attolini Junior accompanied his father Cesare on trips around Europe. Such adventures would inspire him and just seven years later Vincenzo was able to cut and develop sartorial models single-handedly. 
From the 1980s to the turn of the millennium, Vincenzo Attolini was engaged in the development and management of the family business that he founded together with his father. However, for a creative soul, the innate desire for renewal is necessary and inescapable.
Stile Latino was born from an intense need for change. It is the synthesis and evolution of  technical knowledge and artistic intuition that places the company at the centre of a world, suspended between the past and the future, between tradition and innovation.
Between ancient tradition and contemporary ‘Stile’.

Stile Latino has arrived at a new destination along a creative journey, one which Vincenzo Attolini embarked on more than thirty years ago. A sartorial crusade that sees him with Stile Latino in his armoury, as a leader in the world of men’s fashion.
Stile Latino’s first suit was made in 2005.
Since then the creativity and expertise of the tailors has meant that not only have trousers, jackets, and coats been produced in our site in Casalnuovo, but also a ‘modus vivendi’ that has shaped how we do what we do. On a daily basis the team meticulously studies new proportions, models, materials, and tailoring solutions.
Today, Stile Latino employs sixty tailors, all of whom were taught by Vincenzo Attolini himself.
The fruits of their labour are precious; only thirty-five suits are made per day, this allows Vincenzo Attolini to personally check each item, so that no shoulder, sleeve, collar, buttonhole, stitch or half stitch is anything less than perfect. 
Everything happens under his watchful supervision.
Details make the difference and he knows that.

Exclusive models, from which the suits are formed, are guarded in Vincenzo Attolini’s studio. Access to the sartorial blueprints is limited to a trusted few. The elaboration of the designs is done solely by hand; every cut and every thread. 
Just as the designs are out of sight to many, so too is the creator of Stile Latino himself. Despite his joyful and intellectual character, Vincenzo Attolini is not one to be lauded for his work and this is reflected in the subtly of the garments’ details. 
Just as Vincenzo Attolini Senior omitted labels from his suits, so too does Vincenzo Junior; allowing the pieces to represent themselves whilst being recognisable to the trained eye. 
His joy comes not from the media, labels or celebrity, but rather from seeing his suits worn and enjoyed. It is the fine products, whose conception he has personally overseen, that gratifies him.
More than fame, more than magazine covers, more than anything.
Now Vincenzo is accompanied on his adventure by his two young sons, Cesare Mattia and Emiliano, who are demonstrating excellent entrepreneurial and creative skills.
Like father, like son.