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Riccardo Rami Studio is a Contemporary and Artisan Design Workshop with a small own production that has maintained and built its identity around its textile experience. 

Its Staff and Collaborators are "Sustainable Design Workers", most of them have evolved over the years, and from Textile Engineers they have become Designers who always use the pencil to create a project, an object, a garment, or a fabric, then pass to the PC, using social media to communicate, creating videos, work on e-commerce...

But remaining, with pride, Design Workers who have experimented in the field how to create things that make sense always keeping up to date on the latest discoveries regarding fibers, techniques, and finishes while respecting nature.

The studio has an important background to the legacy of the city of Prato, which today is more than ever contemporary: the knowledge of the cycle of regenerated fabrics. 

In this area Riccardo Rami Studio has worked rigorously, registering trademarks, likewise in the research into materials and applied techniques he has various patents and related trademarks. 

Below are just a few things that have influenced Textile and Apparel worldwide in recent years and have become commonplace today …


"Each yarn has been designed by listening to the suggestions of the fibers that compose it, and in turn, its voice will be heard in the creation of the fabric it will be part of."

Riccardo Rami


"The shape of a garment and its expression are directly connected to the material, and it is necessary to harmoniously assemble materials and manufacturing techniques by listening to the suggestions of the fabrics that will compose it."


Clothes make a statement , Costumes tell a story..

Mason Cooley

Costumes for Theatrical Works that respect the tradition, the roles and the characters of each character

observed from a different perspective that makes the characters recognizable but at the same time "unique" ...

the materials, shapes, colors, accessories, accents and construction techniques used come from the experiential background of Textile and Clothing ...

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