1950. The art of shaving was born in Milan

The Fatip razor was created during the years of the Milanese economic boom, a period of reconstruction and revival. A time when man, his style and his rituals regain importance in a new and dynamic society. In the 80s the production of the razor is transferred to Premana (Como), still at the epicentre of Italian craftsmanship, a “cult” district where handmade cutting objects are considered unique and exclusive.

The production of the razor now known as Fatip began in the early 1950s. The razor became immediately popular thanks to its design and workmanship.


The 1980s. Ilario Fazzini, skilled artisan of Premana, launches the FATIP brand, keeping the original aesthetic features while introducing innovative manufacturing processes to increase quality and performance.


Today the Fatip razor is used and appreciated all over the world for its style, handling and safety. A cult instrument, a fine representative of the Italian art of shaving.


“Premana is a village of artisans located 1000 m above Lake Como. It is a renowned manufacturing district for the high level production of professional knives, scissors and other cutting utensils”.

“Shaving is a unique and personal experience, a subtle magic that is renewed with each pass of the blade. Fatip, the pleasure of shaving”


Fatip razors are ambassadors of the “pleasure of shaving” and among the finest examples of superb Italian craftmanship…
the real one, handed down from father to son.