mission

The future of fashion is Italian and Hemp-based

something never seen before

We develop luxury, bio-tech fabrics from the finest Hemp plants, pursuing the goal to write the future of fashion.

We craft and design valuable garments in our hometown, Parma, in Italy. Each piece is thought to optimise the advanced properties of our fabrics.

we weave the finest hemp fabrics

The garments are crafted by italian masters. Each piece is made to order, this means no waste, honest prices and customized experience.

A small project from parma that aims to make a big change

Alberto Ziveri and his team founded Opera Campi in 2017.

In three years we introduced patented innovations and sold garments to any angle of the world.

fabric first

⚠️ Most brands focus on designing garments, they buy fabrics from companies that sell fabrics, we act differently.

💡 We invent and design our own fabrics, exclusively developed in Italy across Prato, Parma and Milan.

✊🏻 Apart from developing our own technologies, this has another advantage: we support the fragile italian craftsmanship and textile system, that desperately needs new ideas.

our little secrets

Despite we're still an ant among a market of lions, our radical innovations are the key to revolutionise an entire sector.

Swipe below to discover few different reasons why our philosophy is future-proof.

MADE IN ITALY

Our land fuels our inspiration. Italy, the place of manufacture where our artisans and tailors craft the Operas.

homemade details

Watch how we devote our attention to the finest details. From the trousers button, to the zipper, everything makes our products durable and high-quality.

Each detail is designed by our favourite Italian artisans, enhancing the beauty and value of your garment.

A TRANSPARENT PROCESS

We promote the concept "from seed to wardrobe".

We control the entire process, from the plant to the delivery to our customers.

Any useless step is cut. Prices are more honest, you pay just for the product and not for the transaction costs.

supplied by loyalty

We select our suppliers carefully. Their efforts are crucial to realise an extraordinary final Opera. From experienced weavers, to industrial spinners, we are always in search of trustworthy partners that help us maintain and improve our quality standards. We pay our suppliers on delivery day, in contrast with the widespread corporate practice to delay every payment as long as possible.

WE DO EVERYTHING

In this picture on the left Alberto Ziveri was developing this website page.

Our small team has 360° skills: web design, photography, video making, FX, fashion design.

This makes Opera Campi a special brand with a very strict philosophy and design.

our team

Swipe through the people behind all the work.

alberto ziveri

Born in 1994 and raised with Parma Ham and Technology. He founded Opera Campi in 2017 and he takes care of everything: products, ideas, photography, videos, he even write the code behind this website.

Luciana

The person who made Opera Campi possible. She is our pattern-maker and takes care of prototyping and production.

fabrizio

Fabrizio is our all-rounder man. From studying new details in our products to simply organising the production.

beatrice

She's the Opera Campi angel, she helps in everything and she takes care of shipments. She's also the nicest person in the team.

Dario Torrisi

Our friend from the warm south, Creative director and social manager.

FAR beyond hemp

4% of our revenues are donated to local organisations encountered by our team during its world trips.

When we visited Bali (Indonesia), we were impressed by the amount of plastic in the ocean and lands, we're donating to The Ocean Cleanup since then.

In Tanzania we were saddened by Rhino hunting that nearly caused extinction of Rhinos. Grumeti Fund works to protect the natural African habitat.

Our trip to South America raised our awareness about the importance of South American forests. Rainforest Alliance is the main organisation to protect the green ecosystem.

Rhino in Tanzania. Picture by Opera Campi

Abandoned plastic on Bali Island.

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