We are delighted to announce that the world’s first FERRONATO boutique is now officially open. Located in the beautiful city of Lausanne, you will find our flagship store at 12B Place St. Francois. Open Monday to Saturday, from 09.30 – 18.45, we currently stock the entire Lugano Collection, which includes RFID handbags, faraday briefcases, faraday laptop & tablet sleeves, mini bags, clutches and faraday backpacks, as well as a full range of RFID wallets and cardholders.
Each exquisitely crafted piece has been created using premium Italian leather and our Swiss-engineered privacy technology, Metafab®. This metallised fabric, with its powerful signal-blocking capabilities, is able to block all known types of electromagnetic frequencies, including Wi-Fi, GPS, GSM and RFID.
A visit to the FERRONATO boutique would not be complete without our virtual reality experience, which vividly brings to life the importance of protecting your data against everyday exposure – be it from hacking, tracking, eavesdropping or financial and ID theft. The experience also demonstrates how FERRONATO provides an elegant solution to these problems, by protecting your devices against these intrusions.
If you’re in the area, or if you’re planning a visit to Lausanne, why not visit our store, experience the brand for yourself, and discover our unique range of accessories?
FERRONATO at Lineapelle: a revolutionary fabric made for privacy protection
On the 20th of September 2022, FERRONATO exhibited at Lineapelle, where CEO Alessia Ferronato had an opportunity to showcase MetaFab™
Top 3 privacy issues – safeguarding your data and your right to personal privacy
We as global citizens need to examine our position regarding our data and our collective right to privacy. The first thing we need to do is to identify the most pressing threats to our personal privacy and take the steps to safeguard against them.
Did you know that the new ‘it’ bag protects you from data theft?
Last May, Alessia Ferronato, CEO of the FERRONATO brand, was interviewed for French cultural magazine Technikart to discuss the new FERRONATO range of luxury accessories with privacy technology.