For four generations and one hundred years history, Toscanini’s passion has been for materials which take shape and become designer objects: hangers and solutions for hanging and displaying clothes, accessories and shoes.
Founded in the Piedmont region of Italy, in Isolella Sesia, Borgosesia, in 1920, the company owes its initial achievements to the brilliant mind of Ettore Toscanini who, immediately after the WWI, understood how to adapt it to the needs of modern industry to cater for new markets: first in Italy and later overseas in the big American department stores.
In the 1990’s, the leadership of the company was handed over to Giovanni and Federica who brought with them fresh know-how, advanced technologies, marketing strategies and creativity – along with a healthy curiosity for business – and opened the doors of international fashion brands to the company. Premium partnerships begin with the big Maisons for which Toscanini creates ad hoc clothes hangers and accessories, always using innovative solutions and materials. Today Toscanini is a leader in the production of hangers for the fashion system and is a partner of the most important fashion brands.
With a centennial history, Toscanini is today an industrial reality capable of transforming the most precious essences and a noble material such as plexiglass into hand-finished products, intended for the most important fashion brands, but also for the walk-in closets of private customers.
The Toscanini Interior Collection signals the development of an integrated system of hanging solutions for storing clothes and accessories, combining good looks and functionality, to fulfil the individual needs of both architects and home owners.
Toscanini’s Research & Development department is a highly professional and motivated team which keeps a close eye on market needs and the latest fashion trends. An expertise that is deeply rooted in tradition and growing day by day, thanks to the passion for details and the ability to develop bespoke solutions fulfilling clients’ needs.
With Ettore’s words in mind, “Ci vorrebbe un plûch in più” (meaning “you can always do it better”), Toscanini’s fourth generation undertakes daily to bridge that small gap that separates them from perfection.