Fashion, Art, design. That’s Krizia.

Not a simple brand but a cultural project.

Krizia and its research have marked the history of fashion over the last seventy years, in both Italy and the rest of the world, with a series of inventions and new paths. From animalier to plissé, inlay and fabrics, the Krizia collections are a symbol of elegance and geometry, eclecticism and synthesis of volumes. With a pop and ironic touch that looks towards freedom of expression and design.

An unmistakable sign enhanced by East-West dialogue. In 2014, in fact, Krizia encountered the creative strength and dynamism of Zhu Chongyun, entrepreneur and creative director of Marisfrog, one of Asia’s major fashion groups. A new project journey for the Italian brand which thus met up with the rigour and cultured minimalism of Miss Zhu, laying the foundations for a stable future of innovation and international development.

So it was that Spazio Krizia returned to the centre of cultural conversations with the Formafantasma show during the last Milan Design Week. Spazio Krizia is a theatre, showroom and place of research which over the years has hosted Arthur Miller, David Leavitt, Sting, Ron Arad or Ingo Maurer. The space acts as a cultural setting which feeds on contemporaneousness.

Fashion becomes art and art blends with fashion. Krizia reclaims the visionary and avant-garde spirit of its origins, for a future of continuity through change.