Our commitment to exceptional craftsmanship is unwavering, rooted in a philosophy where quality is paramount. We meticulously select premium Italian leathers, the finest silk, and responsibly sourced metals for our jewelry, ensuring every material reflects our respect for the environment and dedication to durability.

. This journey of excellence begins with our meticulous selection of tanneries, each certified by the Leather Working Group, with the majority achieving the Gold or Silver rating. This distinction is not merely a testament to their advanced sustainability efforts but also their commitment to traceability and exemplary social practices.

In our quest for unparalleled quality, we searched extensively to forge close partnerships with prestigious family-run companies. These tanneries are not just leaders in their craft, with many years of dedication and experience, they are also commited in their compliance with European directives regarding health and safety at work, along with the responsible use of tannins and chemicals. Our partners are more than suppliers, they are like-minded allies who stand with us in our mission to offer products that not only last but also embody the values we hold dear.

It is an honor to collaborate with such dedicated and experienced partners, whose commitment to excellence mirrors our own.


The first of our two Italian tanneries is located in Milan and has been specializing in the creation of textured leathers since 1898, Gold rated by the Leather Working Group. The flagship products of the company are embossed leathers such as the famous Palmellato texture. Due to the special wax treatment of this leather, the products achieve a great level of durability and stain resistance.

With its attention to production processes and awareness of trends in the fashion world, the tannery embodies the “Made in Italy” philosophy.


Our second tannery is located near Florence, in among the most renown area for its leather manufacturers in Italy, Santa Croce sull’Arno, Silver rated by the Leather Working Group. Since 1967 the company has been specializing in the creation and development of exotic textured leathers, such us our coveted croc-embossed leather. Due to the special wax treatment of this tactile croc-effect gorgeous leather, the bag achieves a great level of durability and a luxurious touch.

The tannery does not only focus on the product but also on the production, in an attempt to ease its environmental impact by boosting numerous technological advances in their tanning processes.


Each pair of Maestoso shoes is handcrafted in Italy in Le Marche region, using age-old techniques that have been handed down through generations of highly skilled artisan shoemakers.

We sourced the finest quality Italian nappa leather to develop our shoes collection, at one of the most prestigious tannery located in Tuscany, Silver rated by the Leather Working Group.


Each style within the Eco-Vegan Collection is responsibly handcrafted from the leaves of a particular type of cactus, the Nopal, a highly sustainable and environmentally friendly, biodegradable organic material.

The innovative plant-based material is produced from native cactus that grows in an organic farming system in Zacatecas region of Mexico and it matches local biodiversity and requires no herbicides, pesticides, or even irrigation. Colored using organic pigments, the vegan cactus leather bags are available in a sleek, soft and luxurious texture of black and oyster.

Our eco-vegan sustainable leather is produced from mature leaves of the cactus plant, which are harvested around 6-8 months. No irrigation systems are used as the cacti grow healthy with rain water and earth minerals found in the area.

Not only is it vegan, but it’s also healthy for human wear and truly environmentally sustainable.


Maestoso’s collection of pure silk scarves is a testament to the art of Italian craftsmanship, entirely handcrafted by one of Italy's most prestigious textile companies. With a rich legacy that traces back to 1945 in Como, a renowned district celebrated for its premium fabrics, our partner stands at the forefront of fabric printing, recognized globally for their unparalleled quality.

Crafted from organic silk, each scarf embodies the pinnacle of sustainable luxury. This organic silk is cultivated without any chemical treatments, including insecticides, pesticides, or synthetic fertilizers. In their commitment to ethical practices, the silkworms are nurtured in a natural environment, allowing them to complete their life cycle peacefully and without harm.

We take immense pride in the fact that our scarves are certified by the Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS), the most rigorous benchmark for sustainable production in the textile industry. This certification assures that every Maestoso scarf is ethically sourced, processed, and manufactured with the utmost respect for the environment, from the silk farms to your wardrobe.


Our jewelry manufacturer, based in Hong Kong, stands as a beacon of sustainability and ethical craftsmanship in the global market. We have forged an exclusive partnership with a supplier whose dedication to environmental stewardship and ethical practices sets them apart in the jewelry industry.

Our collection exclusively features recycled metals, including premium silver and 18-karat gold, reflecting our unwavering commitment to reducing our ecological footprint and fostering a circular economy.

They are members of the Responsible Jewelry Council and they they distinguish themselves as one of the select few in the jewelry industry to have completed the Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit (SMETA), the most widely recognized social audit globally.

These accomplishments speak volumes about our supplier's dedication to sustainability, maintaining ethical business practices and human rights.

In a stride towards minimizing environmental impact, we use biodegradable d2w Technology for our packaging, ensuring it leaves no toxic residues or microplastics after decomposing. This approach not only showcases our dedication to sustainability but also sets a new standard in the jewelry industry for environmental responsibility and ethical sourcing.