Pietro Longhi Atelier is a tailoring workshop specializing in period costumes, located in Noale, managed by Anna, milliner and hat maker, and her husband Francesco, craft tailor. Here, for over 20 years, they have been creating stage costumes, hats and other fashion accessories in the name of quality and craftsmanship. Hats, in particular, are crafted on a 100-years-old restored moulding machine, the only one still operating in the whole region. Each dress is the result of thorough research, so much so that the atelier became a point of reference for historical costumes scholars and collectors. In 2017 they were the official atelier for the Carnival of Venice, and they provide garments upon commission for the most important events in the city of Venice and beyond. Their costumes can be found inside the collections of various prominent museums and were also displayed at Milan’s Triennale, Venice’s Biennale, as well as in South Corea and in the U.S.A.
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Entering this atelier run by Anna, milliner and hat maker, and Francesco, craft tailor, is like crossing space-time boundaries and diving into a ...
Entering this atelier run by Anna, milliner and hat maker, and Francesco, craft tailor, is like crossing space-time boundaries and diving into a remote age, surrounded by precious draperies and rustling long skirts. For over 20 years the couple has been running this workshop in Noale, specializing in period costumes and other accessories. Hats, in particular, are crafted using a century-old moulding machine, the last one still operating in the whole region. Their costumes have been showcased at Milan’s Triennale, Venice’s Biennale, as well as in South Korea and U.S.A.