Who has ever worn Guidi knows the special bond that is naturally created with the Italian shoe brand. Handcrafted in Tuscany, where leather work goes back to the Middle Ages, the shoes Guidi shoes have an incomparable design guaranteed by the heritage of over a century of know-how.
The Arts cannot thank enough the year 1896, which saw the birth of Breton, Gershwin and Fitzgerald and gave us the first performances of La Bohème and Salome. As history has often shown, inspiration comes in waves. That year, it ventured up a Tuscan hillside into the minds of three Italian artisans, Guido Guidi, Giovanni Rosellini and Gino Ulivo, known for their exceptional leatherwork.
Combining their skills, the three partners unveiled that year the "Conciera Guidi e Rosellini", today known as the Guidiwhich perpetuates its production of masterpieces. The boots are made of leather, turned leather, with or without zips, in classic black or monochrome red, Guidi makes shoes for a discerning public as well as for those who have a taste for beauty and a job well done.