Atelier Flavia, a true treasure in the historic heart of Venice since 1980. The ideal place to rediscover the magic of the golden age of the Serenissima.
All our creations are born in the respect and rigor of the Venetian tradition: from masks in papier mache entirely hand made, according to the customs of Mascareri Veneziani to historical costumes made with fine fabrics (brocades, silks, gobelins, …) chosen from the production of the best local weavers, up to accessories as particular as necessary for a Carnival in true Venetian style.
We organize photoshooting, weddings and private events in traditional Venetian costume, traditional Venetian events and banquets, enlivened by live music, in the most beautiful and ancient buildings of the most romantic city in the world.
1980 founded Atelier Flavia
1999 partnership and exhibition at the Salone dell’Artigianato e dell’Arte in Clamart (Francia)
2004 partnership at the Volkskunde Museum Monatschlossl Hellbrunn as guests at the exhibition Masken und Mito in Salisburgo (Austria)
2004 partnership at the Italian Village in Nagoya (Giappone)
2006 partnership at the Salzburger Museum Carolino Augusteum for the creation of the costumes in occasion of compositor Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart‘s 250th birth anniversary, for the exhibition Viva Mozart in Salisburgo (Austria)
2008 partnership at the Triumph for the Valisere Lingerie (Venezia)
2010 partnership at the Hard Rock Cafe (Venezia)
2012 partnership and exhibition at the Venetianische Woche in Passau (Germania)
2014 partnership at the Fashion & Beauty (Russia)
2014 sold costumes at the Walt Disney Company ( USA)
2015 Certificate of Excellence TripAdvisor
2016 Certificate of Excellence TripAdvisor
2016 partnership with the movie director Giuseppe Tornatore
2017 Certificate of Excellence TripAdvisor
2018 Certificate of Excellence TripAdvisor
2018 partnership and exhibition at the Scuola Grande San Teodoro (Venezia)
2018 partnership and exhibition at the Il Salotto di Casanova (Venezia)
2019 partnership and exhibition at the Ristorante Le Vie (Altino)