Nadiamari Atelier is Ready for Spring
The air gets warmer and new colours, shapes and ideas blossom at Atelier Nadiamari. The Rome-based fashion designer Nadia Mari is ready to showcase an all-new collection, whose prints and motifs are inspired by the works of artist Paul Klee and Mediterranean fashion. The atelier, located in the heart of Rome on Via Monserrato, a short walk from Campo de’ Fiori, has already welcomed its signature silk dresses in lighter colours for the spring, and newer items will arrive all season long.
The SS’17 collection marks a return to haute-couture, revised to cater to the tastes of complex, funny, and sexy contemporary women: embroidered t-shirts, patchwork and precious stones are utilized, and pieces are made with 100% Italian fabrics.
The designer believes in helping women find dresses that suit their body type, ensuring every piece fits like a glove. The personal line she has created includes her most successful “mix & match” sheath dress called One of a Kind. These particular pieces cannot be replicated because they are pieced together with a variety of silk fabric prints obtained from the Como region of Italy.
Nadiamari provides a tailor-made shopping experience with the designer and her team. The boutique also offers a personal shopper, image consulting and styling services which you can purchase as a gift to treat a friend (or yourself!).
Following in the footsteps of the original Atelier Nadiamari in Monteverde, the boutique has an eclectic schedule of events, ranging from wine tastings to graphic novel showcases. A detailed spring schedule will be released soon on the atelier’s social media profiles.
NADIAMARI’S popularity has been inexhaustibly growing in time, and the brand is registered in Europe, the U.S., Russia, Japan and Korea. The collections are presented in Paris twice a year. Since she graduated from European Institute of Design in Rome in 1996, Nadia has worked as a stylist and consultant for several top fashion companies in Italy including Prada, Valentino, Gai Mattiolo and Byblos and is well-versed in every stage of stage of clothing production.
Via Monserrato, 104 (Campo de’ Fiori)
Open Tues–Sat 10.30– 7.30pm; Mon 1.30pm– 7.30pm