Bardini is a Russian premium brand of men's clothing, shoes and accessories. The Moscow-based company is a manufacturer of items made of crocodile skin delivered from Italy. The boutique is located on the 2nd floor of the Vremena Goda Gallery.

Brand history

Bardini was founded in 2009, and its name comes from the marvelous medieval garden of Bardini in Florence, only recently opened to the public.

In 2012, the first Bardini showroom welcomed its first clients. In 2017 the brand launched an online store and a boutique in one of the famous Moscow hotels. In 2021, another branded boutique started to operate, and in 2022, Bardini opened its doors at the Vremena Goda Gallery.

Company values

Bardini specializes in producing high-quality items made of alligator and crocodile leather from the Nile River, being delivered directly from Italy. The brand strictly follows the CITES convention, the global agreement protecting wildlife.

The brand's products are a blend of traditional handicraft and modern technologies, trying to preserve the mastery of leather craftsmen. Bardini pays a lot of attention to the quality of materials, fittings and products.


Bardini products are professionally manufactured in Moscow, and thanks to the experience of the brand's team, the items' quality can easily compete with the foreign companies. Besides, this convenient location allows existing customers to use the services of individual tailoring, restoration and renovation.

Range of products

The Bardini collection features bags, outerwear (jackets, bomber jackets, blazers etc.), sports and classic shoes (sneakers, loafers, oxfords and other models). Everything is made of the crocodile's "belly skin", as it has a very unique pattern.

Bardini Boutique

The Bardini boutique, located on the 2nd floor of the Vremena Goda Gallery, is stylish and minimalistic, featuring natural wood. The decorated checkout area is the main focus, but what attracts the most amount of attention is the range of products on the shelves.

Address Bardini: Moscow, Kutuzovskiy, 48 - «Vremena Goda» Galleries , 2 floor