Established in 1991 in Milano, the Piazza Sempione brand produces and distributes ready-to-wear womens-wear collections inspired by a concept of contemporary and versatile elegance, 100% Made in Italy. Piazza Sempione product lines are sold through a network of flagship stores and boutiques and in the most prestigious department stores in North America, Europe and the Far East.
Piazza Sempione is part of SINV since March 2014. Established in 1975 by Dalla Rovere family, Sinv Group operates in the fashion and luxury industry through a consolidated portfolio of fully owned companies or brand licenses. In addition to the control of Piazza Sempione, the Group currently holds shareholdings in Moschino and Luca Roda brands and has licenses for the production of Love Moschino and See by Cloé brand collections.
Piazza Sempione is a feminine brand that offers a passepartout luxury combining research and technology with the best Italian tailoring tradition. This philosophy translates into timeless creations where the careful selection of exclusive and precious fabrics is combined with contemporary silhouettes and perfect fit. Piazza Sempione commitment to the Made in Italy is the key of his global success.
Piazza Sempione celebrates its return to Milan Fashion Week and to the official calendar this September, with a special event in collaboration with Mart – the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto.
This extraordinary occasion not only reconfirms the bond that has always existed between the brand and the art world, but also symbolizes the beginning of a new direction for the company since its recent acquisition by the Sinv Group in Vicenza.
On Saturday, September 20th, Piazza Sempione hosted a cocktail presentation at Palazzo Ponti on via Bigli in Milan, where guests had the opportunity to take part in a truly unique viewing. The painting “Rotazione di ballerina e pappagalli” (“Rotation of Ballerina and Parrot”) by Fortunato Depero – on special loan from the museum – dominated the scene, alongside garments from an exclusive capsule collection inspired by Depero, which were displayed and illuminated within miniature three-dimensional theaters featuring painting-inspired backgrounds.