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Brand philosophy

Annalisa Queen wants to make you travel between fairy tales, dreams and fantasies; amaze you every time by immersing yourself in ever new and unexpected worlds. In the colors and shapes there are continuous references to nature, art, travel, exotic cultures and everything that fascinates Annalisa.

Annalisa Queen loves to mix styles and create unusual associations between particular colors and fabrics, to always give her creations freshness, novelty and at the same time uniqueness and exclusivity. All seasoned with a pinch of irony to never take yourself too seriously and give lightness to life.

We never want to lose sight of the care and attention to detail, we aim at the quality and craftsmanship of the product always respecting the environment, the animals and the hands that work our products.

At the center of the Annalisa Queen universe there are also messages such as equality, inclusiveness and female empowerment, in fact initiatives and projects are carried out in support of these themes.

The time has come to stand out, to let go of the judgment of others and discover your deepest self. It's time to write your own story through the disruptive power of colors!
#betheheroofyourlife

The designer

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Annalisa was born in Rome in 1987 and began designing dresses at the age of 10, most likely fascinated by the skill of her grandmother who was an extraordinary seamstress. What was a game for her soon becomes a passion that will push her, after the scientific maturity, to undertake studies in the field of fashion. She graduated in 2012 in Fashion and Costume Sciences at La Sapienza in Rome. During a seminar she met Roberto Capucci, a couturier she loved and a constant source of inspiration.

In the meantime, she also cultivates a passion for make-up by obtaining a make-up artist diploma and working on photo sets, she learns how to take care of a 360 ° image.

In 2013 she enrolled at the Maiani Academy where she took her first steps in modeling and tailoring, also improving her drawing skills thanks to her beloved design teacher Raffaella and thus obtaining the diploma with full marks in 2016. Immediately after the academy she meets Enza, an exceptional and very refined seamstress, from whom she takes private lessons that make her more and more prepared and self-confident.

In 2017 she founded the Annalisa Queen brand and showed her first collection in the Montecarlo fashion week in June of the same year.

In 2019 she presents the Spring Summer 2021 collection at the Kiev craft fair, opening up to the international market and to new frontiers.

In 2020, in full global pandemic, she opens her first Boutique in Rome on Via Panisperna.

In January 2021 it launched its first charity initiative in collaboration with the Salvamamme Association.

In March 2021 Annalisa together with her mother Bianca launches the creative recycling project for children Re-Dream Box.

In December 2021 the new flagship boutique opens in Via Sistina.

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"My grandmother was an extraordinary seamstress and made everything, even carpets. When I was little I loved to spend the afternoons watching her work wool or decorate some accessories. Unfortunately she could not teach me everything I know today because when I started this work she already he was no longer there but I am convinced that he left inside me the inestimable value of his ability and the richness of his works.

His work drawers were filled with buttons, decorations and many things he left me as a gift. Even today I draw from those drawers as a treasure trove of immense riches where I can always find something unique for my creations, making them even more sought after."  Annalisa

"My grandmother knew especially how to make woolen garments with extraordinary skill, in fact she was also chosen to pose as a model in two issues (1948 and 1949) of a magazine called "Lavori di lana"."

                                                                                      Annalisa

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