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Who is
Massimo Piombo
Massimo Piombo was born in Liguria, the region of settlers and nomads. In the early years of his life Massimo chose the sea, studied it and applied it to his passion, architecture, and his hobby, romantic literature.

His first important trip was after the age of 18: Scotland, which for him was a revelation. Upon his return he rented a huge hangar in which young people flanked him in beginning to create the Piombo project.
In the meantime, he continued his frenetic travels in search of his winning intuition, of people who could join the project.
Massimo met with intellectuals, journalists, running from one end of Europe to the other. His jackets were worn by the people that matter. New York’s Barneys called him to dress their famous store windows.

Alongside his core business, Massimo combines a passion for writing and publishes short “cult” books, including “Tagli di Piombo”, written in collaboration with Barbara Alberti and Vittorio Sgarbi, and the series “Dettagli di Piombo” with examples of illuminated marketing. And then photo books, inspirational short films, photography exhibitions, always balanced between the useful and the delectable.
In 2017, a meeting with OVS allowed him to finally dress those who really matter: more or less everyone.
Massimo Piombo was born in Liguria, the region of settlers and nomads. In the early years of his life Massimo chose the sea, studied it and applied it to his passion, architecture, and his hobby, romantic literature.

His first important trip was after the age of 18: Scotland, which for him was a revelation. Upon his return he rented a huge hangar in which young people flanked him in beginning to create the Piombo project.
In the meantime, he continued his frenetic travels in search of his winning intuition, of people who could join the project.
Massimo met with intellectuals, journalists, running from one end of Europe to the other. His jackets were worn by the people that matter. New York’s Barneys called him to dress their famous store windows.
Alongside his core business, Massimo combines a passion for writing and publishes short “cult” books, including “Tagli di Piombo”, written in collaboration with Barbara Alberti and Vittorio Sgarbi, and the series “Dettagli di Piombo” with examples of illuminated marketing. And then photo books, inspirational short films, photography exhibitions, always balanced between the useful and the delectable.
In 2017, a meeting with OVS allowed him to finally dress those who really matter: more or less everyone.