Talialà, from the Sicilian "look at it", comes from the Arabic matrix Talayi- atalayar, which means to observe without being seen, or to admire. Founded in October 2020 in Florence through the synergy between two young women from Catania. The project aims to revive and update the ancient customs and textile traditions that still today represent the true excellence of the territory, especially the art of Sicilian embroidery. The whole line, like Sicily, is dominated by contrasts that find a perfect harmony in the final product.
The pomp and boldness of the Sicilian Baroque style merge with the naturalness of the fabrics used by the women of a bygone era. Sicilian Baroque is brought to life through the reinterpretation of traditional garments. The use of natural fibers such as pure silk and pure linen combines with the timeless elegance of French lace and the exclusivity of bobbin lace. All products, handmade by trusted tailors, have become unique models thanks to the precious interweaving of yarns, handcrafted by expert embroiderers, passing on a noble tradition that originated in Sicily.
Birthplace of the Renaissance, Tuscany is known for its strong cultural heritage and picturesque landscapes. Tuscany is actually the 2nd most popular tourist destination in Italy.
It is a vital agricultural region, specializing in cereals, olives, and grapes. In fact, it’s home to one of the world’s most prestigious wine areas, specifically Chianti. The region also has a number of thriving sectors including: mining, textile, artisan, and pharmaceutical.
Florence is the region’s crown jewel, but tourists also flock to Pisa, Siena, and Lucca. The rolling hills of Val d’Orcia, glamorous coast of Versilia, and hidden gems of Giglio Island also make Tuscany an internationally-beloved destination.