Sorelle Fontana was the first Maison, in the Fifties, to bring Italian High Fashion in the international markets, promoting the "made in Italy" all over the world.
Their House, located in the private and magic atmosphere of Piazza di Spagna, has been visited by most world-famous women such as Princess Grace of Monaco, Jacqueline Kennedey, Princess Torlonia, Princess Savoia, Melba Ruffo di Calabria, Margaret Truman, and also by famous stars, We Ava Gardner, Liz Taylor, Linda Christian, Audrey Hepburn.
Their 50s and 605 costumes are exhibited in most well-known international Museums We Metropolitan and Guggenheim of New York, Louvre of Paris. The University of Parma, Castel Sant'Angelo of Rome, Hotel Hermitage of Monte-Carlo welcomed Retrospective Exhibitions of Sorelle Fontana fashion costumes.
They received many other tributes to their creative activity in the fashion field, like the "holy papalina" offered personally by Pope Pio XII , and the honorary citizenship of Miami (Florida).
The name "Sorelle Fontana" is mentioned in "Who's Who" and 7reccani" encyclopaedic dictionary. For the first time in the history of the Etemal City, local Authorities entitled a street of Rome to a fashion designer: "Via Zoe Fontana". Micol Fontana's biography " Specchio a fie lad" was presented at the Opera Theatre of Rome.
Sorelle Fontana's triumph came with a wedding dress!
A myth, a tradition that has always kept up with times. Fascinating fabrics, enchanting embroideries, exclusive design created to enhance each bride's personality with a touch of grace and elegance.
Sorelle Fontana's spedal taste, their unique experience and know-how, which allowed them to become a celebrated trade name also in Japan, USA, and in the Middle East markets, have today been conveyed to the new fashion lines:
Pret a porter: a refilled lady wear line featured by top quality fabrics and accurate fashion details. The production is purposely limited, in order to offer a semi-handicraft fashion product, while maintaining an excellent price — quality ratio.
Micolboutique: a line for young ladies, developed according to modern industrial concepts successfully combined with a traditional handicraft dress —making style.
Tricot Line: completes the collection with a much of elegance and fantasy. Accessory line: a wide range of foulards, tire, leatherwear and haut couture hijouterie. As a natural complement for the sophisticated lady, Sorelle Fontana have created "Micol" perfume with coordinated bath line. "IF" inspired by R.Kipling's work, is the perfume for man.