The logo is a heraldic symbol, graphics are of chiselled simplicity set on a black background. From its first impact, the Albino brand declares a sartorial philosophy that is respectful of elegance and impervious to the grunge temptations of "young" fashion.
The Albino style in fact has attended the school of great French couturiers following its debut in industrial design, and ever since excelling at the contest "Who is on next", organised by Alta Roma and Vogue Italia, has cut out its own personal niche in the limbo of demi-couture made of accurately finished sculptural pieces.
Fabrics are the starting point of each collection: the stylist loves full-handed materials, well suited to constructions and deconstructions that make outer garments look like dresses and whose forms are modelled by gathered effects, zips, unfinished edges, knots and other structural virtuosities.
No concession to excess, no decorative applications, Albino’s fashion is contemporary and of clean-cut design, futuristic in its abstract conception of femininity, yet also respectful of quality workmanship. Albino is developing his brand in a conceptual direction by arranging a marriage between the exclusive quality characterising "Made in Italy" and the distinctive Parisian allure.
|Attention to detail and the use of artisanal workshops of contemporary conception, are the elements determining a Style-Couture in Albino’s collections, inspired by great masters such as Cristobal Balenciaga and Jean Patou. Of equal importance, an interest for industrial design, architecture and contemporary art once more highlight the absolute value of research.|