Italian brand ,,Enrico Marinelli” opened its doors last night in ,,Capital Plaza“ in Podgorica to men who put quality and elegance above everything else.
Ribbon was cut by the representative of ,,Enrico Marinelli” for East Europe Mahmut Unal and managers of the brand Aristea Dinaku and Ljubica Sudar Llukacej. Unal wished Dinaku and Sudar Llukacej success.
He reminded the guests that Enrico Marinelli opened its first store in 1952. and that Montenegro is the 37th destination in which the brand is represented.
Italian designer Enrico Marinelli started to create its designs in a small tailor shop in Italy, where he made unique garment for his special clients.
In 1968. Enrico Marinelli became one of the greatest designers in Italy with style in creations that were beyond the limits of imagination. What separated him from others was the quality of stitches. He did not care for trends. To this day his designs are a part of wardrobes of the most stylish men on the planet.
All that uniqueness and timelessness, as well as excellence and innovation of stitches guests were able to see in Podgorica. The store in Podgorica offers blazers, jackets, shirts, t-shirts, trousers, jeans, underwear, hats, ties, bow ties, belts, suspenders, cuffs, bracelets, perfumes, shoes, sneakers and moccasins.
Simplicity and richness of details, as well as comfort were noticeable in these garments. They say from the brand that this is exactly where magic lies upon and the colour harmonies are the reflection of basic and chic look.
They add that the success of the band is in having a young, dynamic team that travells around the world in search of inspiration, products and fabrics for future collections. Special care is taken in selecting prints, colour palettes, texture and accessories.
What is also important is the interior of the store which, through elegance and quality, combination of classic and modern, make every garment and accessory stand out.
Milorad Šule Jovović at the keyboards and violinist Vili Ferdinandi played for the guests.
Photo: Boris Šekularac