Rubinacci

Amina. Neapolitan dressmaker. She had an atelier in Via dei Mille. She began her business in 1967. She was a master of knitwear, which she interpreted with a very colorful palette and an extremely meticulous approach to execution, a sartorial perfectionism that runs in her blood. In fact, she was a daughter and a sister of the profession. Her father Gennaro, known as Bebè, was one of Italy’s great men’s tailors. He had dressed King Umberto di Savoia (Humbert of Savoy), as well as Vittorio De Sica, Eduardo De Filippo, Curzio Malaparte. Her brother Mariano nobly continued the family tradition.