Born into the leather craft business, Alessandra has the highest of standards for materials, workmanship and style. Recently, she and her sisters, have taken the helm of the family business following the passing of their beloved father, Maurizio.
In 1958 Alessandra and Elisbetta’s father, Mr. Maurizio Taiuti started their company founded on the idea of giving life to a business reality that developed one different conception of the feminine accessory sector. Their father’s philosophy became evolutionary to the feminine universe, considering the different styles and needs of every women!
Today Maurizio’s daughters follow in his footsteps; creating innovative collections expressed elegance in shapes, and particular details. Seamlessly combining quality, practicality and easy to wear with the Italian taste and Italian materials, guaranteeing each is crafted in Italy. Their collection is present in several markets as China, Japan, USA, Europe, and Russia!
Each bag is handmade with high quality materials such as calf leathers, lamb skins, exotic skins like python, ostrich, and real crocodile! Each bag is made Uno Alla Volta with Italian design, Italian materials, and Italian productions, all made in Florence.
Elena Antonelli said:
Does anyone know whether it is possible to visit Alessandra and Elisabetta’s workshop and purchase their bags in Florence?
I’m sorry but Alessandra and Elisabetta’s workshop isn’t open to the public at all. Also, note that designs they create for us, they sell only through Uno Alla Volta. However, if you are going to be in Florence, you may want to visit Eugenio at Infinity. His workshop is in the back of his retail shop in the center of the old city. Everything sold in his store is made on premises. He has apprentices come from all over the world to learn from him. If you do go there (and I apologize, I don’t have the address, but it should be easy to find once you are in the city), please tell Eugenio or his Boston born wife who works in the store that Uno Alla Volta sent you.
Elena Antonelli said:
Ok, thanks for the info and advice! Will mention you!