Atelier Fabiola


Framed by beautiful Lugano, Atelier Fabiola invites you to discover the Main Fall-Winter 2017/2018 collection from AGNONA. The celebrated women’s clothing and luxury brand, founded in Italy in 1953, is a leader in the production of garments made from exquisite, one-of-a-kind yarns and noble fibres such as Australian wool, Tibetan cashmere, Chinese silk, and even vicuña, once a privilege reserved only for kings.

On Wednesday, 8 November at 5pm, Atelier Fabiola will have the pleasure of hosting the fashion house’s Creative Director, Simon Holloway. During the event, he’ll present the winter collection, characterised by soft cashmere knitwear, cosy overcoats in double cashmere and alpaca, and sartorial garments, in a special set-up. This is sure to be a special occasion where guests will quite literally be able to feel the quality of the fabric as they try the pieces on.

After the success of the last runway show held at the VIANASSATRE boutique, Atelier Fabiola is delighted to welcome you to its studio once again for an evening of excellence, with Agnona’s new creations striding down the catwalk.


Atelier Fabiola, Via Canova 16 Lugano


+41 (0) 91 922 94 70


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