La Maison, led by Gino Signore, is increasingly loved in the USA. The company just over a year ago won the Italian Excellence Award in Washington, a recognition that aims to turn the spotlight on personalities from the world of economy and culture, companies and cultural sites that represent Italy in the world . The award was given to the Italian Maison because "it believes in talent and a significant contribution to cultural and social change by affirming the principles of Made in Italy, the most expressive values of the Belpaese".
During the last Bridal fashion week in New York, just ended, the great brands have exhibited their collections for the next year: the Italian haute couture house, the most famous abroad, has presented its unique, romantic and sensual creations for all kinds of bride.
Buyers from all over the world have greatly appreciated the Italian excellence of Maison Signore, made of unique numbers for the sector: a scrupulous craft production, more than forty years of activity in the bridal world, over two thousand five hundred square meters of showroom in the three flagship stores store, four collections and more than two hundred different models of dresses produced in Italy and made by hand.
Brides around the world choosing Maison Signore can express their personality far beyond what normally fashion houses offer: in fact, they can ask for their clothes and make them unique by choosing fabrics, materials and precious stones. This constant feedback enriches the company with incentives to receive, metabolize and return in terms of services, offers and communication. And this dynamism has seduced interesting markets, such as the American and Far East, that have "married" Maison Signore for his innate ability to amaze and anticipate the times. The embroideries always play a fundamental role: clean silhouettes but incredibly complicated workmanships, although very light to look and made strictly by hand. The creations offer a choice also to brides who want one or more changes of dress during the event, differentiating the ceremony from the festivities also in the outfit.