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1911 Lubiam Cerimonia

brand philosophy

The man who wears Lubiam Cerimonia wants to wear a suit designed especially for him. He has to feel elegant, but above all comfortable.

The Lubiam Cerimonia Collection, in line with the company philosophy, includes high quality fabrics with tailoring details, alongside with the updated slim fit profiles and the search for proportions. The collection is exclusively "Made in Italy". Special cuts and detailing with refined accessories give the models a unique appeal. The offer is extensive and provides many solutions available for all consumers, for the guests as well as the groom, with suits for formal and other important occasions. The offer is complemented by accessories, designed to create a perfect "total look" image.

S/S 2017

For Spring Summer 2017, Lubiam 1911 Cerimonia unveils its new visual look: the brand logo has been renewed and launched together with the new collection. 



The new design perfectly communicates the brand identity and the balance between its contemporary soul and its tailoring tradition.

Lubiam 1911 Cerimonia tells the story of Italian lifestyle through the refined details and the richness of the models: the new SS17 collection presents a wide spectrum of proposals, going from the classic tuxedos, tights and tailcoats to novelties, such as the model with Korean collar and lapel piping in contrast.

The fabrics, all presenting a soft and natural touch, show delicate light effects, never excessive, for a shimmering and precious result. 

The colour palette includes a wide range of shades: besides the timeless black, the collection proposes various tones of blue. Grey shades move from the lighter tones, silver and pearl grey, to the more intense, enriched by light blue highlights. 

Accessories, realised in the same fabric as the contrast pipings, perfectly balance and complete the look. 

* The photos of the Lubiam 1911 Cerimonia SS17 collection were realised within the spaces of the exhibition "Abitare Gonzaga", by courtesy of  Ministero dei Beni e delle Attività Culturali e del Turismo, Complesso Museale Palazzo Ducale di Mantova. 


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