A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending Italian designer, Marta Scarampi’s soft launch party in SoHo debuting her ready-to-wear collection, launching in January 2017. The line features limited-edition garments inspired by occasions including Business, Cocktail, Weekend, Party and Gala.
The price point for Marta Scarampi’s ready-to-wear collection is $180.00 – $1,500.00 with a median price of $400.00. The brand limits the quantities produced per design and introduces new designs with different fabrics when out of stock. All orders are placed via the website, and each piece is made-to-order in Marta’s Atelier in Torino, Italy.
Here are some of the pieces from Marta Scarampi’s Ready to Wear Line
The Weekend Collection brings high-style to the streets, with pants, blouses, and outerwear made to keep you looking calm, cool & collected.
The Cocktail Collection offers chic separates alongside hand-sewn dresses and overcoats sure to suit every occasion.
The Party Collection boasts dresses ready to move to the beat and impress even the most discerning of crowds.
The Business Collection is produced with machine-washable, wrinkle-free fabrics, perfect for the working jet-set lifestyle
The Gala Collection features black-tie-and-beyond dresses sure to turn heads at every event.
About the Marta Scarampi Brand
Marta Scarampi is an Italian couture fashion designer. After growing up with a creative passion for sewing and graduating from F.I.T., Marta used her experience to open Marta Scarampi Atelier in Torino, Italy. As Marta’s clientele expressed interest in RTW designs, she created collections inspired by a confident, global and sophisticated woman. Now launching her RTW line in major cities around the world, Marta hopes to offer all customers the same high quality, personalized experience, and care they would receive at the Atelier and will be available for purchase online at www.martascarampi.com.
Lucia Scarampi made her mark in the fashion and marketing industry by working for companies such as Pomellato, Damiani, Prada and McCann Ericsson. After co-founding Marta Scampi in 2012 and building a team all under 30 years of age, Lucia headed to New York City and used her knowledge of the industry, multilingual language skills and business prowess to give the company a competitive edge in the global marketplace.