The pocket square, made from cotton, linen or silk, is an essential element for the male and female elegance.
In the fashion iconography, the pocket square was a “status symbol” and could steal the scene to any piece of clothing.
The pocket square can be of different dimensions and can be embellished by embroideries or simply hemmed: his refinement is a sign of style and discretion but also vanity and egocentrism.
An accessory which has always evoked emotions; also as a sympol of membership to social class, clubs and associations.
The use of pocket square, in our tailor’s shop, has always been presented as essential, not only for sanitary reasons but for the prestige of owning it.
In the G. Inglese collection, the pochette is protagonist in many versions, embellished with several variations of crochet point, as in our virtuous local tradition, and with typical symbols of Ginosa and Puglia.