The history of the Mario Luca Giusti brand is a tale of creative evolution rooted in the cultural richness of Florence. Born in this vibrant city, Mario Luca Giusti’s early exposure to beauty and keen observation set the stage for his lifelong aesthetic exploration. Blending his fascination with antiquity and a passion for modernity, he embarked on a quest for harmony, resulting in the birth of innovative shapes and colors.
In 2007, a pivotal moment arrived with the establishment of the eponymous Maison, Mario Luca Giusti. It swiftly captured the Italian market before spreading its allure worldwide. Giusti’s creations possessed the visual allure of crystal and glass, yet they were crafted from contemporary materials, notably acrylic. His plates, too, replicated the elegance of ceramics but were constructed from durable melamine. This fusion of practicality and elegance, blending classic forms with eclectic colors, defined his brand.
Today, the Florentine Maison’s collections grace numerous prestigious boutiques and department stores across the globe. From Bagagli in Rome to Nella Longari in Milan, from Paris’s Gaspari and Plastic to Sabrina in Monte-Carlo, Mario Luca Giusti’s creations have made their mark. They’ve found homes in Teklassic in Madrid, Harrod’s in London, Lane Crawford in Hong Kong, as well as in the heart of New York City and Dubai, at Bergdorf Goodman, Bloomingdale’s, and Jung Lee. The brand’s presence extends further, from Neiman Marcus in the USA to Takashimaya in Tokyo, and even to the boutiques of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston. Mario Luca Giusti’s journey from Florence to the world is a testament to the enduring appeal of his practical yet elegant creations.