Cesare Pacotti takes Harper's Bazaar inside his home in Italy.
Some excerpt from the interview:
Paciotti, who took over the family business with his sister, Paola, in 1980, has collaborated with other high-end Italian designers along the way: Gianni Versace, Dolce & Gabbana, and Roberto Cavalli. The collaboration that holds the most weight in his world, however, is that with his wife. He and Laura met 12 years ago on a holiday with mutual friends in Sardinia. "What I liked about her is her simplicity and sweetness," he professes about the understated schoolteacher whom he also calls the muse for his work. The couple are expecting their first child together, who will join his two older children, daughter Ludovica, 21, and son Giuseppe, 16.
I must confess, I am not really a morning person," admits Italian designer Cesare Paciotti. "I try to set up my meetings after 10:00 A.M. I like to work late at night; I have a high level of energy then." Quote from the interview read more.