It’s going to be a winter all about colour at Fratelli Rossetti, which is presenting the All Over, a range of shoes painted by craftsmen, from the uppers to the sole, in one single nuance.
Myrtle, ottanium, bottle green and burgundy are just some of the shades for the man who won’t go without refined style and craftsmanship, but who at the same time manages to avoid taking himself too seriously.
All Over is an example of how Fratelli Rossetti lavishes care on every detail, even those that are well hidden. Each shoe is made in the Parabiago workshops in Milan, and requires at least 3 days of work.
All Over stands out thanks to the finishing process. After cutting and sewing using traditional methods, the master artisans paint the welt using a brush and the same colour as the uppers. Even the profile (sole edge) is painted and wax buffed by hand to emphasise the colour. Last but not least comes the sole, which in turn is painted by artisans and coordinated with the rest of the shoe for an unconventional elegance.
The All Over technique is used on a number of models: from the Brera moccasin to the round-toe lace-up, from the ankle boot to the sporty boot, made in suede or in batik calfskin.

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