The new brand Bartolotta & Martorana offers a new vision, garments with a neoclassical taste united with technological materials and craftsmanship. Techno Couture: Romantic but modern clothes.

Very young and already under the eye of the spotlight. Winners of
numerous fashion awards, Simone Bartolotta and Salvatore Martorana are the symbol of
the new Italian generation of designers who promise to make its way into the world of
fashion. Both Sicilians. Admirers of dramatic style, intense and theatrical by Alexander
McQueen, create exciting outfits capable to strike for originality and creativity, but above all
to transmit a strong message. In this sense, their fashion is a medium, a means, through
which to express a mood, one feeling and, above all, the truest part of themselves.
Bartolotta & Martorana is a fresh and modern brand. Emotional clothes and contemporary
romantic clothes. The decorative elements blend perfectly with technical and sports
materials, romantic volumes, innovative fabrics and plastic embroidery characterize the
brand’s collections. Clothes as self-portraits. In a perfect balance between dream and
concreteness, between ideal and real. On the other hand, for these two young talents,
both graduates of the Academy of Fine Arts and already with important collaborations
behind us with the tailors of the Theater Massimo of Palermo and the Theater Alla Scala di
Milano, fashion is the art of communication that immediately reaches people. In their case,
to stay there. This is why their creations deliberately escape the tide of the tendencies that
for one season all overwhelm and then withdraw quietly and leave them only the memory.
Bartolotta & Martorana aims to create garments that capture the spirit of the moment often
it is not what it seems. It takes courage and considerable spirit of observation to succeed
looking beyond the surface of things that often turns out to be a magic mirror deforming of
reality. Their commitment is to look for the beating heart of this mundi soul and then show
us the true face portraying it in absolutely true and profound creations. Supported by a
superfine sartorial technique and heirs of that “bello” and “ben fatto” that marked the
history of the Italian fashion with its high craftsmanship, Simone Bartolotta and Salvatore
Martorana are the symbol of the young Made in Italy quality that looks with renewed
optimism to its future because, in a bold and overwhelming way, it is, today like yesterday,
always able to say something absolutely new and important in the international fashion