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Slow-fashion made to order for the forward-thinking woman • Acribia Roma

Slow Fashion

for the forward-thinking woman

Slow Fashion

for the forward-thinking woman

Portrait of Elli Hoppe CEO and founder of Acribia

Nomen Est Omen

says an old Latin proverb, and that is what Acribia means to me.
Acribia signifies a valuable quality: the precision and scrupulousness in an argument, in a product, in research, in a critique or an observation – it is an attitude and a state of mind. The word Acribia describes the careful selection of information and resources, the thoughtful consideration of one‘s feelings and cautious revision of opinions. All this is the fundament for my vision of a forward-thinking fashion brand, including the whole working sphere.
Every hour of work for Acribia is critical work by taking responsible decisions and sourcing as good as possible for clever designs, new and sustainable materials and practices. It means to be always on the lookout and constant development.
With Acribia, I claim to create a women’s brand that contributes in a positive way to the world we live in. A brand that provides a smart wardrobe that empowers the woman makes her look good and comfortable by saving her time and respecting the earth.
I believe that when comfort, artisan craftsmanship and sustainable practices come together with respect for nature and all living beings, then the result is a high-quality product. – in any case, not only in fashion.

Elli Hoppe


Acribia watercolour drawing by Elli Hoppe


Try the Perfect Fit
Working hands and sewing machine by Edgardo Lagmay


Artisan Craftsmanship
Acribia textile red and white by Marco Moroni photography


Conscious Selection