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The Retro Minimalistic Style - feminine, classic & timeless • ACRIBIA

The Retro Minimalistic Style

CLASSIC SILHOUETTES AND FEEL-FREE FORMS

The Retro Minimalistic Style

CLASSIC SILHOUETTES AND FEEL-FREE FORMS

the acribia design approach

Acribia is about the reinterpretation of classic silhouettes and timeless shapes. It is about finding inspiration in art, architecture, travel and the beauty of nature, and combining them into minimalistic but strong and meaningful items of clothing.
Each piece of Acribia collections is carefully thought out to balance perfectly refined details with simple and flattering silhouettes.
Our timeless and feminine styles are easy to combine, to dress up or down and will make you feel free and comfortable at any time of your day.

For our sophisticated design approach, we choose the finest materials from Italy, include design details inspired by vintage clothing and apply artisan manufacturing skills to create a Retro Minimalistic Style.
Details like French seams and Hong Kong seams are essential parts of the Acribia design and its quality manufacturing.

During the design process, we also consider the reduction of waste and try therefore to minimize fabric leftovers when creating the patterns.
The purpose of Acribia is to help you to create a versatile and thoughtful wardrobe bases on feminine and timeless garments.

We hope to evoke an emotional relationship between you and your Acribia garment that you will pass forward for many years.
Sustainability also means longevity.

Acribia textile red and white by Marco Moroni photography

FABRICS

Conscious Selection
Acribia watercolour drawing by Elli Hoppe

made-to-measure

Try the perfect fit
Rome view by Christopher Czermak

PHILOSOPHY

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