In the Milan showroom Bagutta 18, the first limited edition designed by Alessandro Fumagalli is inspired by the prodigy of nature

Butterflies gracefully unfurl their multicoloured wings, irises of delicate perfection spread their perfume. Fragrances, colours, images, poetry, the portrait of a magical world, the enchantment of a dream. This is "Il Giardino dell'Eden", the first limited edition of Bianchi e Nardi 1946, designed by Alessandro Fumagalli and inspired by the wonder of nature.

An exclusive collection

Unique and precious materials, exquisite workmanship with attention to detail and craftsmanship by master Florentine artisans for collector's bags that evoke the day, the night, the sunrise, spring in bloom. An exclusive collection, completed and enriched by a line of fragrances for the home, essences that nourish the soul and release emotions, where every single olfactory note contributes to evoke the colours, beauty and brightness that characterise the brand's creations. A capsule expression of elegant simplicity that reveals a unique flair and vision.

Creativity and craftsmanship

The classicality of Florentine craftsmanship is linked to the constant search for novelty and innovation. The result is quality products, the fruit of creativity and craftsmanship, wrapped in the elegance of the unmistakable and attentive Made in Italy style. Past and present come together to create timeless objects. A savoir faire matured over the years, which maintains the values of tradition while renewing tastes, uses and shapes. The research and study of materials, selected at the origin, distinguish the value of each product.

The new Milan showroom

Bagutta 18 is the new Milanese headquarters of Boutique Bianchi e Nardi. In a period building, customers are welcomed into a charming dining room. A room furnished with elements usually found in dining rooms: a large table set at the centre of the space, with products displayed like precious crockery. Around the table, seats for the guest-clients who can enjoy the delicacies on display. Chandeliers descend from the ceiling to illuminate the table, creating a cosy atmosphere like the grand dining rooms of Milan's historic palazzi. Sideboards on the sides are used as display containers and mirrors on the walls. All working areas are concealed by large screens.