The perfect fusion of history and innovation
Neapolitan tailoring

In continuity with our family tradition, the Mario Muscariello jacket also adheres to the principles of Neapolitan tailoring. The shirt sleeve, commonly known as “mappina,” and an endless array of handmade details make it an iconic product worldwide.

Unstructured jacket

Conceived to be an ode to beauty during the warm summer seasons, this jacket has garnered appreciation from the Asian press and has been lauded by the magazine Leon. The publication even took the trouble to compare its weight to other similar garments, declaring it the lightest, on par with that of Hermes. Its creation demands a perfect blend of craftsmanship and fabric knowledge to achieve the comfort of a sweater while preserving its essence as a tailored jacket.

Relaxed appearance

Fully canvased, soft shoulder, and without shoulder pads, wide lapel are some of the distinctive features of a Mario Muscariello tailored jacket. The feeling when wearing it is one of comfort, and the appearance to the eyes of those who observe it is one of spontaneous elegance, as the fabric drapes over the body’s contours, following and enhancing them.

Fully canvassed

This technique allowed the jacket to retain its form over time, ensuring a more tailored and refined look. Canvassed jackets became particularly popular in the bespoke tailoring industry, where skilled craftsmen would hand-stitch canvas layers to the inside of the jacket, creating a durable and supportive structure.