Amina Muaddi x Wolford

Amina Muaddi x Wolford

The partnership between Wolford and Amina Muaddi, the founder of the high-end namesake footwear brand, is an encounter between aesthetics and values. A dialogues that speaks the language of both the storied Austrian brand, leader in high-quality legwear and bodywear, and the Italian-raised designer of Jordanian and Romanian origins. The exclusive capsule emphasizes the beauty of the female body, enhancing self-confidence via glamorous garments that envelop the body like a second skin. For ladies who are not afraid to play up their sensual side.

The precise fit and the form-hugging steam of the 17 pieces are characterized by tights and leggings, alongside bodysuits, dresses, and a sinuous cat-suit with built-in shoes.

Since Antonia Milano is part of a selected number of stores globally to carry the Capsule, our dedicated windows further spotlight this unique and distinctive project. 

Dubbed a shared mission, Wolford and Muaddi leverage on each other's expertise in a constant research and celebration of femininity, a Wolford prerogative since 1950 that sees in Muaddi a contemporary spokesperson.

“Wolford has always firmly believed in the innovative potential of collaborators, whose talent could enrich our products and challenge the boundaries of our experience. Amina Muaddi's creativity and present-day vision represents a new important stimulus for us to explore modern femininity and offer garments to the women of today through which they can express their identity" says Silvia Azzali, CCO of Wolford.

As for Wolford, Muaddi is a longtime fan, noting how the brand “represents the epitome of quality legwear and bodywear and a symbol of refined femininity.“

She was thus thrilled to collaborate. “I already felt connected to their brand DNA, incredible craftsmanship and commitment to excellence. I like to create modern products that feel timeless and boost the confidence of the person who wears them and I believe that through this collaboration we were able to bring our collided vision to life, notes Muaddi.