Mocassino Yacht

This loafer, thanks to its practicality and lightness, has revolutionized the history of Italian clothing, paving the way for informal footwear.
The YACHT model was invented in the late ’60s and early ’70s when Renzo Rossetti, founder of the Milanese company interpreting the period’s sense of freedom, created the first “sockless” shoe: the presence of a terry lining rather than a leather lining made it fresh, lightweight and perfect for summer and for a more relaxed style.
This truly original model was associated with the “provocations” of the designers of the time, who started to take a daring approach, abandoning some of the customs of the period.