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"The Sartoria Artigiana Tirelli was born from a surge of friendship and generosity." - Umberto Tirelli
"I could never have imagined how a visit to the costumier Safas to try on costumes in June 1960 would change my life." - Dino Trappetti
Dress man in four pieces composed of tunic , patience , cape and stole. The robe is black and brown wool. Patience, as the stole, is entirely embroidered patterned with various materials : beads , chenille , gold threads , stones , bats and metal plates , assembled on wool and velvet . The embroidery of patience is the front of the Temple of Jerusalem with the large metal plate whose twelve stones set refer to the twelve tribes of Israel . Cloak worked with various inserts and wool velvets always in shades of brown , ocher and black . Headgear in black felt .
Time of setting : 33 A.D.
The costume worn by Mattia Sbragia in the role of Caiaphas .
Close your eyes and try to relive a scene from a great costume drama. Almost certainly at least one of the characters that will pop into your mind will be wearing a Tirelli costume. This is quite easy to do considering that the great Roman atelier, founded in the sixties by Umberto Tirelli, the talented “creator of costumes and fashion archaeologist”, according to Guido Vergagni’s definition, “dressed” the stars of at least thirty films that, not purely by chance, won[...]