A prêt-à-porter capsule collection which wants to explore the infinite declinations of one single item of womenswear every season. In Spring/ Summer 2014 it will focus on the shirt. Etichetta Rossa will be distributed through a circuit of top and department stores, selected on the basis of their attitude and sensitivity in treating demi-couture and couture products like a “normal” high-end couture collection.EXPLORE >>
A service of “customized couture”. The designer welcomes the clients, listens to them, pampers them in order to create a sort of empathic alchemy which distillates their very essence. This relationship generates the perfect dress: not only because it is made by highly skilled première experts, in the tailoring workshop inside the atelier, but because it will dress the body and the soul of the wearer.
A unique service: creative and ethical at the same time, it focuses on giving vintage pieces a new life. A real exercise in “unconventional recycling”, a grand and transformative reflection on the thousand facets of an item of clothing.EXPLORE >>
Di Liborio reinterprets the classical mens wardrobe, a sartorial wardrobe handled with a sense of humour, renivented with unexpected materials and associations, expressing the spirit and energy of his world. Materials are combined, overlaid, inlaid, embroidered they contaminate and update academic design trends, enriching them with innovative aspects transgression and unexpected solutions.EXPLORE >>
The starting points of the new B-Sex line by Liborio Capizzi are the basic tenet of street. The most memorable, dependable metropolitan uniforms. Trenchcoats, biker jackets, puffy down jackets, pea coats, military jackets. Also hoodies, work shirts, orange worksite vests with reflecting bands.EXPLORE >>
UNIVERSE OF LIBORIO CAPIZZI
Born in Ribera (Sicily), Liborio grew up in Tuscany, where he studied scenography and costumes at the Academy of Fine Arts. He has been the strictest collaborator of Gianfranco Ferré for sixteen years, managing the brand’s prêt-à-porter for women while evolving his couturier sensitivity. After that, he travelled all over the world, gathering the most disparate skills - ranging from art to scenography to costume-making - until he settled in Milan, in a loft near Porta Nuova which is his home, atelier, “refugium pensatorum”, source of inspiration and cabinet de curiosités.
ATELIER HOUSE IN MILAN
You breathe a new air here. An atmosphere born from a deep esthetical sensitivity, a mix of heterogeneous and apparently contrasting suggestions: the sacred and the profane, the ethnic and the contemporary, avant-garde versus tradition, period costumes and punk rock cohabit in a collage of multifaceted and ambivalent inspirations. A real creative forge, where you can clearly sense the commitment, the extreme care, the nearly obsessive attention and curiosity behind every gesture of your host, behind the objects he selects, mixes together and loves, behind his ability to create new ways of being and a new aesthetic path which leaps away from rules and traditions.
This is the home of diLiborio, the new project of the Sicilian designer, made possible when he found again, in a synchronic second meeting, Giorgia Mattioli, the daughter of the entrepreneur Franco Mattioli from Bologna, who has been a founding member and business partner of Gianfranco Ferrè S.P.A. for decades. For years Giorgia had the complex task of managing the relationship between Ferré and his technical designers, facing a whole range of production issues. Today she pours this life experience with huge passion and entrepreneurial creativity in the Di Liborio project.
“Meeting Liborio, after our shared experience with Gianfranco Ferrè, pushed me to plunge back into the game”, declares Giorgia Mattioli. “Liborio and I wanted to create not only a new brand, but more significantly, a new concept: a highly innovative formula, sophisticated but effective, with authentic winning power against the sell-out of the retailers”. This is how Etichetta Rossa, Etichetta Bianca and Etichetta Nera came to life in 2013.