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To designer Max Poglia, Brazil and Italy aren't simply travel
destinations. They're home. Native to southern Brazil and raised with
an Italian heritage, Poglia has a unique perspective from which he
draws inspiration.  His “ruggedly handsome” products embody old-world
traditions and symbolize, as the NYTimes Style Magazine stated, “a
throwback to simpler days for the modern man.”

Poglia’s adventure began when he moved from Milan to New York City.
With the principle of ethics + aesthetics in mind, he started to
explore age-old craftsmanship and ancient materials. When on vacation
in the South of Brazil, he was motivated to craft a sort of
picnic-themed traveler’s pack to incorporate in his NYC lifestyle.

In 2011, he introduced his first pieces at Buvette, an acclaimed
restaurant with locations in New York and Paris. He also designed the
restaurant's visual identity in collaboration with Chef/owner Jody
Williams.  In 2013, Poglia produced a collection exclusively for
BedfordPost, a charming inn with two restaurants owned by Richard

Recognizing the high demand for his products, he founded Poglia, a
lifestyle brand based in Brooklyn that specializes in handcrafting
knives, leather bags and loom-woven blankets.

No two Poglia products are the same.  They are designed in New York
and handmade in the Poglia workshop in the South of Brazil.

Since then, Poglia has launched a collaborations with Old Joe Japan
and MadeWorn.  He's also received praise from various publications
internationally, most notably the NYTimes Style Magazine, Harper's
Bazaar, Conde Nast Traveler and Clutch Magazine Japan.