Italian Fashion: Never Without You

Never Without You

Never Without You was established in 2004 when a group of friends with a shared passion for fashion joined together to launch a new fashion label. Its founders, Candido Monacelli and Isabella Cozzi, together have over 40 years of experience in the fashion industry. The Never Without You image and brand caught the attention of Candido’s long-time friend and Roma soccer player Francesco Totti and his wife Ilary Blasi who loved the concept of the label and agreed to become “the face” of the label. You will find the beautiful couple modeling the latest fashions in all of the labels advertising campaigns.

Never Without You’s branding as a young, fresh, sporty, and fashionable label has grown exponentially since its inception. In it’s first year of production, Never Without You sold 3000 pieces and could be found in select stores in Rome. With each year the demand grew and it wasn’t long before it was found in stores all across Italy. Currently, it has around 25 stand-alone stores in Italy, Japan, Spain, Russia and China. It is already estimated that in 2009 more than 350,000 Never Without You branded pieces will be sold which is pretty remarkable for such a young label.

Visit Never Without You online @ http://www.neverwithoutyou.com

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2 Comments

  1. rosemarie salair

    August 3, 2009 at 3:18 pm

    I have purchased several jackets of Never Without You for my granddaughters here in the USA. The design, soft comfortable material is unmatched. Would love to see an entire line for the girls and boys. Beautiful try one and you will wish you had more. We say fabulous and the name is grand. Thanks Never Without You, hope we never are without you.

  2. Cherrye at My Bella Vita

    March 18, 2009 at 7:41 am

    Cool! I haven’t even heard of this yet … I can’t even blame Calabria, though. It is probably just ME! ha

    It might not be just you. I don’t remember seeing it much in the stores in Calabria either.

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