After graduating in Fashion Design/Womenswear at the prestigious design school Central Saint Martins in London in 2007, Francesca Liberatore started building up international experience working in the headquarters of some of world’s the top high-end fashion houses, including Viktor&Rolf in Amsterdam, Jean Paul Gaultier in Paris and Brioni Womenswear in Italy.
In 2009, Francesca Liberatore won the Next Generation competition promoted by Italy’s CNMI, officially establishing her namesake collection by showing at Milan Fashion Week. Called “enfant prodige” by some important names in the fashion business, Francesca was invited to expose her creations in prestigious locations such as the Museo della Permanente in Milan and the Edieuropa Gallery in Rome, creating special projects and capsule collections in Paris, London, Tokyo, Canton, New York.
Furthering her international presence with continued creative projects, Francesca presented her collections in Saint Petersburg for the Nice Film Festival, in Kiev at Mytstestky Arsenal, in Berlin on Brandebourg Tor, and Warsaw Soho Factory, followed by prestigious event with fur and leather collection in Asia in the cities of Guanghzou, Harbin and Beijing, as well as directing collections for international clients, including her childrenswear project in Dubai, through which she has become an example of the Made in Italy fashion talents around the world.
Francesca Liberatore currently shares her experience and taste teaching in Italy and abroad with the best fashion schools and organizations; at Brera Fine Art Academy, and NABA in Milan, Academy of Fine Arts Rome, and for United Nations: in GSC Amman (Jordan), in the University of Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi (Vietnam), on the Ministry of Industry and Production of Lima (Peru), and in fashion University in Yerevan (Armenia), as an international expert.
Further, Francesca has taken part in important initiatives such as “A T-shirt for Life” for the Unicef campaign “Vogliamo 0”, and is responsible for important collaborations including the Fashion project at Moulin Rouge Paris with the capsule collection Moulin Rouge by Francesca Liberatore and a great range of graphics. Francesca continues to take part in many important international partnerships and collaborations including Swarovski Elements, Puntoseta, Moulin Rouge Paris, Saga Furs, and more.
In 2014, Francesca was the winner of the DHL Exported Award, which created a partnership with IMG Fashion for her to show her collection at New York Fashion Week, starting in September 2014 and continuing with a show in February 2015 where she presented her Autumn Winter 2015/16 collection in the Salon venue with the IMG at Lincoln Center.