Haberi is the last name of Vitore and Emiliana, mother and daughter, with one great passion: haute couture.
Vitore Haberi was born in Albania in 1961. When she was just 15 years old, she started attending a “couture” school held by Italian nuns. This is how she has learnt all the finest techniques of haute couture. Once she graduates from school, Vitore becomes a “couturier”.
At the age of 22, she won a national competition, and was appointed director of a state “boutique couture”. Her natural taste for fashion and her mastery in working with the most delicate and delicate fabrics conquers an exclusive audience.
Vitore holds a dream in her chest: to be able to express her art and her passion for wedding and ceremonial dresses, a passion she has nourished since she was a child. Thus, in 1988, Vitore opened its first Bridal and Ceremony Atelier: an enchanted place, where art takes shape and women can dream about becoming princesses for a night.
In 1994, the Albanian national crisis induced Vitore to move to Italy. In this way she began to work closely with the masters of Italian tailoring, and the leading designers of Roman haute couture.
2007 is the year of her turning point: Vitore opens the first bridal and ceremonial Atelier in Rome, in Via Chieti. Soon, her atelier had great success, partnering with internationally renowned companies and designers.