OPI[MO], designed and produced in Italy, has chosen the City of Sassuolo to open its first boutique, inaugurating it this afternoon in the presence of the Councilor for Commerce, Productive Activities and City Center Massimo Malagoli.
An important milestone that allows the Modena-based company, whose collection has been presented and sold mainly abroad, to present itself for the first time in Italy with a boutique in the central via Fenuzzi (number 16) right in front of the Town Hall.
Currently, in the boutique you can find the Spring-Summer 2020 Collection made with exclusive prints, full of colors and natural fabrics, 100% Made in Italy with a space dedicated to an innovative and technical fabric called “Sensitive” whose characteristics are making it the most interesting fabric of the moment.
“I have always believed in the values of our land, starting with the women who wove straw hats, passing through the creativity of our knitters – explains the founder of OPI[MO] and entrepreneur Gloria Trevisani – Never before, I am convinced that a quality dress is an investment. Buying Italian is an investment for ourselves and for the territory in which we live. With this spirit begins this important adventure and challenge for OPI[MO] and for all of us who are involved in it. ”
Councilor Malagoli gave Trevisani a very welcome present of welcome from the Municipal Administration: a pennant of the City of Sassuolo and a print depicting the beautiful Palazzo Ducale.