Giovanni Celentano is a great tailor who adds to fabrics more than just simple fillings, shapes and linings.
Celentano suits speak of his sensitivity and his precision, his discretion and kindness. These suits give to the customer a feeling of privilege.
Having learned the craft in Naples, Giovanni Celentano moves to Rome in 1967 and it is in this city that he reaches his full artistic maturity.
The Sartoria is entirely run by the Celentano family.
Celentano suits speak of his sensitivity and his precision, his discretion and his kindness.
The master style combines the most important trends in the 20th century male attire.
All of the clothes that come out of the Sartoria speak volumes about the master attention to detail and finesse: a jacket in twill weave or in tweed, a classic three-buttons suit in solid flannel, a very heavy pair of trouser in whipcord or maybe a monumental Ulster overcoat.
All of the Masters creations can titillate the connoisseur taste thanks to the great handcrafted care that goes in every suit and jacket.
All of the clothes that come out of the Sartoria speak volumes about the master attention to detail and finesse.
On the dark wood shelves of the Sartoria rest many formidable cuts of cloth, heavy weight flannel, rustic tweeds, old Sportex by Dormeuil, fabrics that have become very hard to find and that are capable of satisfying the discerning gentlemen taste.
That very golden age is the main inspiration for Celentano and his many loyal customers who look back to those times regretfully.
Many sketches from the 20s and 30s adorn the walls of the atelier, a majestic portrait of the Duke of Windsor conjures images of the golden age of elegance.
ketches from the 20s and 30s adorn the walls of the atelier, a majestic portrait of the Duke of Windsor conjures images of the golden age of elegance.
It’s not unusual to find in the Sartoria aficionados who comment together with the Master old reprints of the legendary magazine “Apparel Arts” and who look for inspiration inside an old classic book “Homo Elegans” by Mosconi and Villarosa.
The Master collects of all of these comments and uses them to help him create new creations of suits and coats.
In this page some images of the Master.
Pages from Apparel Arts Electa or from the classic Homo Elegans by Mosconi and Villarosa.