The Timeless Giuliva Heritage Collection

Sharp blazers reminiscent of a horseback ride through the Italian countryside. Effortlessly chic cream-colored cardigans made from delicately patterned cashmere and wool. Form-flattering, militar dresses that, while polished, pair easily with boots.

These are the types of romantic yet wearable pieces that make Giuliva Heritage so unique in today’s fashion industry. We appreciate head designers Gerardo Cavaliere and Margherita Cardelli’s ability to modernize heritage Italian forms and materials, creating lust-worthy pieces.

Whether you choose an outfit-elevating blazer, statement leather trench coat, or cozy cardigan, you’ll appreciate the Giuliva Heritage collection’s love for its homeland.

Menswear Tailoring for Women

Giuliva Heritage pioneered the concept of bespoke Italian tailoring for women. Combining Gerardo Cavaliere’s passion for handmade jackets and trousers and partner Margherita Cardelli’s desire for classic menswear shapes for women, this Italian line came to be.

Launched in 2017 by partners in life and business, the Giuliva Heritage collection reinterprets iconic Italian menswear shapes as figure-flattering pieces for women.

Our Stylists Also Recommend: Officine Générale for tailored menswear-inspired pieces.

Giuliva Heritage Pieces Are Designed to Last

The line draws inspiration from the past in more ways than one. Not only do its blazers, sweaters, and dresses convey the romantic Dolce Vita, but they also mirror old approaches to fashion: Most importantly, Giuliva Heritage pieces are designed to last — becoming wardrobe staples for years to come.

Experience the Soul of Italy Through Giuliva Heritage

Few lines are as dedicated to their nation’s history as this one. This Italian womenswear line draws its inspiration from Campo Imperatore, otherwise known as the Emperor’s Field: a pastoral, mountainous region located at the heart of Southern Italy.

Yet the Giuliva Heritage collection takes it a step further: All garments are designed in Rome and made in Sicily, creating a closed-loop circuit of exacting Italian craftsmanship.