The name Suit-E Milano is composed of 2 words: "Suit", which means "satisfy", and "E", which stands for "excellence". For the brand, excellence and customer satisfaction always come first. For this reason, after years of experience in the luxury fashion industry, the Suit-E Milano project was created, bringing together Italian artisans who have spent their lives expressing their potential in the best possible way, creating unique garments of all shapes and types. They are scattered all over northern Italy, but they are united by the same passion and attention to detail in every garment.
Suit-E Milano is a second generation company, founded in 2020, but with a deep knowledge of the industry. The original company was founded in 1985 by Mastro Ovidio Garbin, who still produces accessories and garments for the greats of the fashion industry. Today, Suit-E Milano is headed by his son Garbin Nicolas, who always has an ear for new processing techniques and customer satisfaction. He gained his knowledge working with luxury brands and dressing the world's most famous VIPs. He wanted to use his knowledge to develop the Suit-E Milano collection for an increasingly attentive and demanding clientele.
With a new conception of luxury and high-quality products that foresees the use of precious materials. The silhouettes, colors, and overall look were designed and created for every type of occasion, from daywear to elegant evening wear.
Lombardy is a northern Italian region that is also the leading industrial and agricultural engine of the country. It also boasts the largest population of all the regions in Italy.
Its largest city, Milan, is Italy’s financial and fashion capital. The stunning cities of Brescia, Pavia, and Mantua offer itineraries rich in history, art, and architecture. For nature lovers, Valtellina is the ultimate mountain destination while the stunning Maggiore and Como Lakes are for rest and relaxation.
There are 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the region, including The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci. Another must-see Site is the Venetian Walls in the medieval city of Bergamo that date back to 1561.