The American dream comes true in the Quartieri Spagnoli (literally, The Spanish neighborhoods, Ed.) of Napoli and has the shape of a hand-stitched pair of trousers with tacks and pleats. The protagonist is Salvatore Ambrosi, 34 years old. For half year he travels around the world and for the rest he works in the same workshop that once belonged to his grandfather. As a true pioneer, he has reached an international and autonomous fame just with his completely hand-made trousers. Despite hailing from the most working-class neighborhood of Napoli – thanks to his hard work and the quality of his products – he has dressed the most discerning connoisseurs in the world. And now he has even become a case study for Stanford’s anthropologists.