Fabio Attanasio is the founder of The Bespoke Dudes, the leading Italian blog about craftsmanship and bespoke tailoring. Along with Andrea Viganò, entrepreneur passionate about Made in Italy and expert in Internationalization and Digital Marketing, they launched this project in 2015 with the aim of enhancing the image of Italy abroad and promoting its excellence and unique creativity.
The accessories come from the expertise of talented Italian manufacturers, holding out against the ubiquitous empire of huge multinational groups. The goal is to guarantee a continuity of the Italian craftsmanship and to protect our heritage, made of utmost quality and unique creativity. All of the glasses are completely hand-made in Italy and their quality was proven by visiting the workshops and shooting the productive process. They are addressed to all the connoisseurs who want to stand out from the mass, knowing what they wear.
Their Made-to-Order service offers the complete freedom of personalizing every aspect of your Italian handmade frames. Among their iconic styles, choose your preferred colour of front, arms and lenses. Moreover, you can even add you own monograms to complete your one of a kind eyewear.
The Bespoke Dudes is the young voice of Italian bespoke tailoring and craftsmanship. The blog was founded in 2012 by Fabio Attanasio, magazine contributor for Italian and foreign magazines, such as GQ Italy, Fashion Illustrated, Arbiter, Vedomosti and RBC Daily. Fabio was born in Napoli, the cradle of men's tailoring and graduated from Bocconi Law School in Milan. During the college years, he spent hours in the workshops along with tailors from all over the country, moved by an earnest passion for the industry. In 2012 he decided to follow his passion and launched his blog to be informed and inform his readers about this art. He would visit sartorie in the biggest Italian cities in order to learn the differences among the Milanese jacket, the Neapolitan or the Florentine and so on.
Today The Bespoke Dudes has become a reference point on the web for tens of thousands of readers from all over the world who read his articles to discover new tailors and artisans.