作為一名徹頭徹尾的「英國愛好者」，Valenti以他最愛的薩維街裁縫Anderson & Sheppard為自己的公司命名，在1980年代末期，Anderson's已然具備由代工廠轉型為品牌的資本，並著手開發數款如今被視為品牌代表作的經典商品。
The company was founded by Carlo Valenti, one of a long line of Parma leather workers. His factory (and the people who worked in it) quickly established a reputation for quality and craftsmanship. They developed new techniques and finishes, matched handcrafting with expert tooling, new technologies with the experienced eye.
A dedicated Anglophile, Valenti named the company after Anderson and Sheppard, his favoured Savile Row maker. By the late 1980s, Anderson's was ready to develop from a factory to its own brand, and to build it around what would become an iconic design.
Anderson's belts—from the multicolour stretch belt, in hundreds of different combinations, the handmade woven tubular belt, in numerous colour variations, to traditional hand-tooled saddle leather belts, belts in suede and nappa and exotic skins—now sell across the world. They are stocked in cutting-edge independents, traditional tailors and giant department stores in over 80 different countries.