Ugo Cacciatori

Ugo Cacciatori comes from a lineage of marble quarry owners and artists. His early fascination with materials and forms, combined with his natural artistic talent, led him to study Architecture at the University of Florence.

Seeking broader horizons, he relocated to London. Initially working in architectural firms, he soon ventured into the fashion world. By the late 1990s, he had launched his first collection in Milan and began offering extensive consultancy services to high-profile designers like Valentino, Giambattista Valli, Romeo Gigli, Marni, Fendi, and others.

The desire for a secluded creative space took him to Lerici, a quaint fishing village straddling Tuscany and Liguria, an area once a source of inspiration for Lord Byron and Percy Bysshe Shelley.

Over time, Ugo’s approach evolved, and his current style emerged. He focused on select collaborations, including taking the creative lead at Santa Croce, part of the Prada Group, and designing a jewelry line for Diesel Black Gold. For more than ten years, he split his time between Milan and New York. Recently, he chose Los Angeles as his new creative hub, where he continues to apply his extensive experience while embracing the Californian way of life.