MAGAZINE January 28th, 2021

FORTU MILANO

Fortu is a brand born in Milan in 2015 with the intention of combining classical and contemporary style at its best. Italian craftsmanship and qualitative excellence are the basis of it all. The brand is the result of the long collaboration between founders Carlos Osman and Umberto Saporiti (respectively an architect and a jewelry expert) which finds expression in minimalist accessories with architectural lines. Classic style and streetwear merge in the wide range of bags and belts for luxurious items, subtle and distinctive at the same time.
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