Massimo Alba inspired by Dedar

The collaboration, born from the meeting of two iconic Made in Italy brands, celebrates the unique craftsmanship of Massimo Alba and the Dedar aesthetic, bringing about a small collection of jackets made for forever. The piece by Massimo Alba maintains the iconic unlined double-breasted design and is made of two different jacquards from the Contemporary Archives collection by Dedar, modern reinterpretations of textile art archives.


Elena Ciuprina

For the Spring / Summer 2022 season, Massimo Alba created a set of six handkerchiefs in collaboration with artist Elena Ciuprina. The collection holds the name of “References".


Florilège De Vie

A special series of stoles made exclusively for Florilege, a creative project by one of the most brilliant minds presently operating in the world of International Jewellery and friend of the brand : Loretta Baiocchi. The project marries both tradition and innovation. They come together in Collections that are inspired by fairytale and enchanted worlds to explore the beauty of the art world.


Citroen Ami - 100% Electric

Created as one single item, “Ami by Massimo Alba” was unveiled in Milan, at Massimo Alba Showroom, in Via Corsico 8, during the presentation of the Fall Winter 22/23 Menswear Collection. This unique, special edition was born from the shared enthusiasm and vision of Citroën and Massimo Alba with the aim of identifying solutions for sustainable and innovative lifestyles; This project represents the beginning of a creative dialogue for potential new contaminations between two worlds: the one of mobility of the future and that of fashion.



December 2021 - Something magical can happen when two seemingly opposite realities unite and come together to collaborate. This is what resulted from the encounter between an historical confectionery company and an independent, fashion brand from Milan. Expressing a message of positivity and optimism is the ultimate goal of the exclusive Limited Edition that Bauli has signed in collaboration with Massimo Alba for Christmas 2021.



Massimo Alba meets the Valextra universe in a collaboration featuring six independent brands from the Milanese scene. The "EXTRAMILANO" project represents a celebration of the community of independent thinkers and creative entrepreneurs who, together, shape Milan by embodying the diverse style of the city and its culture of spontaneous and organic collaboration.

For the project, Massimo Alba created a series of four bags and six key-chains inspired by the brand's founding values, such as kindness, respect for the environment, and its eclectic, silent yet witty elegance.



Massimo Alba’s encounter with the world of Superga brings about a collection of three sneakers with an all-Italian and casual feel to them. The collaboration stays true to Superga’s quintessential and classic silhouette, thus allowing for Massimo Alba to experiment with his brand’s most recognisable prints and dying techniques to bring his own twist to the discourse. The soft cotton used for the shoes has been printed with a monochromatic, pied-de-poule motif which has then been over-dyed with the brand’s staple Watecolor technique in three different colours: Nero Lavato, Military Green, and Blu. This particular, artisanal process is what allows for that very much desired worn-out, laid back feel, to embrace the pieces from this collaboration, as well as most items from the Massimo Alba Collections.


African Parks

The "Africa" collection, made of both handkerchiefs and scarves, was created in collaboration with the artist Clementina and African Parks, an NGO association which handles and manages certain, protected African territories on behalf of governments in collaboration with local communities. The project was born from the idea of offering a contribution finalized to protect the future of our yet unspoiled nature.

Part of the proceeds from the purchase of each handkerchief or scarf was donated to support African Parks' efforts and management of the 15 parks in 9 countries where they are preserving more than 10.5 million hectares of landscapes, safeguarding the habitat of some of the most important species on the planet - including elephants, rhinos, lions and gorillas.


François Berthoud

For the Spring / Summer 2020 season, Massimo Alba created a set of six handkerchiefs in collaboration with the artist François Berthoud.

The brand’s classic accessory lends itself as a canvas for the distinctive and unique illustrations of the Franco-Swiss artist.



Collaboration, to me, means friendship. Scotland – like Begg & Co, one of the oldest and most authentic and fascinating companies – has always been close to my heart: I visited many times, and for a time – an important, happy time in my life -- I worked in Scotland. As creative director, working with cashmere I’ve always held Scotland as an important reference in my work.

The water, the air, the hands of the people who make the garments – just like whisky, or fine wine, cashmere garments belong to a particular place, the land of their birth. To collaborate with my friends at Begg & Co, to have the privilege to work with them on a common project, made me happy because inspiration always comes to me through curiosity.

I’m curious of the world, I look at new things thanks to the people I get to know, sometimes by chance. The music of chance always surprises me, and delights me.
I couldn’t design – I couldn’t dream – without it.
The Dream blanket project was made in collaboration with Begg&Co exclusively for WallpaperSTORE*.


Elena Braghieri

The collection, made of six unique handkerchiefs, sees as its protagonists the all-italian visual narratives of the photographer.

Framed between one of our most iconic accessories, the images acquire a new form of their own, as they transform into portable, pocket-sized islands.


Alan Crisogano

Originally from Brazil, Alan Crisogano, illustrator and tattoo artist, as well as friend of the brand, creates a collection of handkerchiefs for two consecutive seasons signed by Massimo Alba. With his distinctive illustrations that celebrate the colorful nature of South America, parrots, jaguars, butterflies, frogs come alive through shapes and colors that recall the classic aesthetics of tattoos: one of the oldest forms of artistic expression of man, highly widespread and culturally significant.