Apr 27

Brunello Cucinelli & the Beauty of the World

by in italy, photography

 “I feel responsible for the beauty of the world.” ~ Adriano, Roman Emperor & Humanist

Brunello Cucinelli is an Umbrian icon; the creator of the classy and stylish Cucinelli cashmere collections headquartered in Perugia, Italy.  The Cucinelli philosophy was founded on beauty, supreme good as well as humanistic and local enterprise; providing an environment with a clean and beautiful esthetic, where workers appear proud and well cared for and the products are only of the best quality.

Considering today is the day that shares in Cucinelli are made public on the Milan Stock Exchange, I decide this to be my inaugural post in a series of articles to come featuring the beautiful region of Umbria.  Earlier this week I had the pleasure of visiting the Cucinelli factory and estate in lovely, lush Perugia.  As you will see, Mr Cucinelli has crafted a setting which is bright and beautiful made only better by being located in Umbria! Brunello Cucinelli fashions can be found in boutiques around the world and online here.

On this day, I was a guest of the Tourist Board of Regione Umbria.  All words and images are my own.

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3 Responses to “Brunello Cucinelli & the Beauty of the World”

  1. From Umbria on the Blog:

    I loved these crisp, bright photos. You really capture the vibe in the Cucinelli headquarters…so different from the soft, medieval tones of the typical Umbrian hilltown.

    Posted on May 23, 2012 at 10:27 am #
  2. From Odon:

    It is really a pluaesre to see such an elegant young lady .an so efficient. The material and the quality of it is just amazing. I never leave the house without one of her capes. We all hope to find her products very soon in European fashion stores and wish her a lot of success

    Posted on March 1, 2016 at 12:24 pm #


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