Italian Vogue’s Anna Piaggi teams up with

Italian Vogue editor Anna Piaggi has teamed up with Milan haute vintage boutique Cavalli e Nastri and to present an exclusive selection of vintage dresses from the 1950s to the 1970s by Milanese dressmaker Giuseppina Tizzoni.

Tizzoni, according to his Guido Vergani, The Dictionary of Fashion 2004, was in fact, “among those who lead the first attempt in the 1930s to create an autonomous Italian fashion, free from the French influence, as imposed by the National Fashion Board with a decree launched by the Fascist regime on October 31st, 1935 under Italy’s autarchic climate.”

30 of his stunning handmade vintage embroidered ball gowns (some pictured above), couture-inspired cocktail dresses and meticulously detailed day dresses have been brought back to life will be on sale exclusively on