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Andrea Della Valle Net Worth: Andrea Della Valle is an Italian businessman who has a net worth of $1.35 billion. Andrea entered the billionaire ranks along with his brother Diego once they inherited the luxury Italian shoe and purse maker, Tod's, from their father, Dorino Della Valle. Actually, it was Andrea's grandfather, Filippo Della Valle, who started the shoemaking business in the 1920s. Andrea's father Dorino only kept the shoe-making workshop alive, whereas Diego and Andrea turned it into a factory. The two siblings have made the business explode as they opened stores worldwide, including in the US, Europe, China, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Indonesia. Today, Andrea serves as vice-chairman and his brother as chairman of the group that employs around 3,100 people who work on the creation of brands of lifestyle named Tod's, Roger Vivier, Hogan and Fay, all in the Della Valle's duo possession. Speaking of Tod's only, together they own 56% of the maker of luxury leather goods. As one of the largest shareholder, Andrea saw a growth of $250 million in his net worth than a year ago due to a jump in the price of Tod's stock. Aside from the above, the brothers hold stakes in other notable companies like Italian luxury eyewear company Marcolin and Italian magazine and newspaper publisher RCS MediaGroup. Married with children, Andrea and Diego also have a sister, Gisella, who is not involved in the family business.
Cardinal Andrea della Valle (29 November 1463, Rome ??? 3 August 1534) was an Italian clergyman and art collector.
Of an ancient family of Roman nobles whose family tomb is in Santa Maria in Aracoeli, he was elected bishop of Crotone in 1496. In 1503-05 he directed the Apostolic Chancery, and served as Apostolic secretary during the pontificate of Pope Julius II. He was transferred to the titular diocese of Miletus in 1508, which he resigned in favor of his nephew Quinzio Rustici on 26 November 1523. He participated in the Fifth Lateran Council, 1512, and was created cardinal priest in the consistory of 1 July 1517. He participated in the conclaves of 1521-22 and 1523. As archpriest of the patriarchal Liberian basilica (1520) he ceremonially opened and closed the Holy Door in the Jubilee Year of 1525.
Cardinal della Valle is best remembered, however, as the collector of one of the first collections of Roman antiquities that marked the High Renaissance. He inherited some antiquities, which had been collected by the della Valle in the previous century, according to Vasari. and eagerly acquired more. Inspired by the Cortile del Belvedere, in 1520 he commissioned the Rafaellesque sculptor architect Lorenzetto Lotti to create a suitable setting for the sculptures and inscriptions and other antiquities that he had amassed, the result of a generation of rediscoveries at the turn of the 16th century. On the main floor of the palazzo's new second inner courtyard the sculptures were displayed in a sort of loggia, described by Giorgio Vasari as a hortus pensilis or hanging garden (giardino di sopra) that included planted raised boxes and an aviary, which "blurred the distinction between garden and courtyard," with inscriptions inviting peace, relaxation and thought, an invocation of rus in urbe. The architectural framing and the great care with which the ensemble was presented??? as decorative as it was scholarly, evoking Classical harmony, symmetry and equilibrium, was

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