Originally limited to raincoats, Herno, now producing a vast range of coats, has greatly expanded since it was founded in 1948. Giuseppe Marenzi and his wife Alessandra Diana, locals of rainy Lesa, Italy, saw the need for a well-made raincoat and sought a solution. Through their ambition, intuition, and inventiveness, Herno was founded. The line was an instant success and was the first Italian brand to expand to the Japanese market in 1971. Today, Herno collections are carried around the world. While the designs of Herno’s luxury outerwear are produced in Italy, the goose down feathers used in the jackets originate from the French Perigord, the Russian Siberia, and the Italian Lomellina. Free form and ready-made lifestyle wear is prevalent in every Herno collection, while shades and specific function vary from season to season.