Since 1914, the iconic Made in Italy men’s fashion brand E. Marinella Srl has been identified with refined style and preciously elegant neckties. Now, the Italian Ministry of Economic Development celebrates the Neapolitan fashion house with a special stamp for excellence in the productive and economic system. The B tariff stamp depicts a micro-patterned yellow silk Marinella necktie and has a value of 1.20 euro. Three hundred thousand and fifteen copies of the stamp have been issued on sheets of 45 each.
It was Don Eugenio Marinella who opened the first fashion store in Piazza Vittoria, on Naples’ elegant Riviera di Chiaia, starting an artisanal production of tailor-made shirts and neckties that soon set a trend in the most sophisticated milieus of the city and among foreign tourists
“We are very proud of carrying on our family’s business. With my son Alessandro, we are in the fourth generation"
After more than one hundred years, this "little corner of London in Naples" has become a "Made in Italy" symbol under the guidance of third and fourth generation owners Maurizio and Alessandro Marinella, now immortalized in a postage stamp. Maurizio met in Rome with Economic Development Minister Adolfo Urso for a commemorative postal cancellation of the stamp dedicated to E.Marinella. In the next few days, the E.Marinella boutiques of Naples, Rome, and Milan, will proudly display the celebratory stamp for the admiration of loyal customers, collectors, and brand lovers.
“We are very proud of carrying on our family’s business. With my son Alessandro, we are in the fourth generation, and things just keep getting better for us and our team. The E.Marinella stamp is an amazing achievement that recognizes our precise and unrelenting efforts,” Maurizio Marinella says.
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