Marinella Ties, English Style and Italian Craftsmanship
The first workshop of the historic brand was opened in 1914 by Eugenio Marinella, just 20 square meters overlooking one of the most charming promenades of Italy, where paraded all the good Neapolitan society. Thanks to its strategic position and the undeniable elegance of his creations, in short the name of the expert craftsman became known to all. Eugenio traveled to England to meet new suppliers and to know the style of the country, then he returned in the Belpaese boasting the exclusive sales of a wide range of unique clothing products from London, refined goods impossible to find in our country at that time. The two world wars and the decline of the nobility, with the appearance of the new bourgeoisie and the advent of American products, however, negatively influenced on the fate of the Neapolitan workshop.
The passion for elegance and quality continues today thanks to Maurizio Marinella, grandson of Eugenio, who has gathered the heritage of the brand with passion and respect for tradition and has been able to introduce the brand abroad, from the US to Japan. Now as then, in fact, Marinella has kept scrupulous attention to the quality of raw materials and the well-kept strictly craftsmanship, creating real works of art that have become status symbols, ideal accessories for the man who loves the high class, for an elegance that can withstand the test of time.