Massimiliano Amicucci, founder of MOVE – Officine del Cappello, made his experience during 25 years work in a historic workshop in Rome, producing hats and accessories for cinema and theatre to be delivered worldwide.
After a tireless work of research and crafting in the field of accessories, accoutrements and strange hats of every type and shape, Massimiliano has been awarded with “Una vita professionale per il cinema”, an honourable prize in Cinecittà.

His hats, are regularly featured in Hollywood movies and the amount of movie stars wearing them ‘after work’ are generating growing rumors after the italian hat designer’s work.
The timeless charm of handmade products becomes demand in bespoke hats for theatre to best fit each actor, following the costume designer’s need, taking special care of design and historic placing of materials.

Other than theatrical and operistic costume hats, here a list of the last big screen successes Massimiliano Amicucci worked for:


The voyage of doctor Dolittle – Stephen Gaghan
Costume Designer: Jenny Beavan
Catch 22 – George Clooney
Costume Designer: Jenny Eagan
Jungle Cruise – Jaume Collet-Serra
Costume Designer: Paco Delgado
The Aftermath – James Kent
Costume Designer: Bojana Nikitovic


The book of vision – Carlo Hintermann
Costume Designer: Mariano Tufano
Loro – Paolo Sorrentino
Costume Designer: Carlo Poggioli
Gwen The dark outside – William McGregor
Costume Designer: Dinah Collin
Christopher Robin – Marc Forster
Costume Designer: Jenny Beavan
Lazzaro felice – Alice Rohrwacher
Costume Designer: Loredana Buscemi


Phantom Thread – Paul Thomas Anderson
Costume Designer: Mark Bridges
Darkest Hour – Joe Wright
Costume Designer: Jacqueline Durran
Valerian and the city of thousand planets – Luc Besson
Costume Designer: Olivier Beriot
Murder on the Orient Express – Kenneth Branagh
Costume Designer: Alexandra Byrne
Allied – Robert Zemeckis
Costume Designer: Joanna Johnston
King Arthur – Guy Ritchie
Costume Designer: Annie Simmons
John Wick – (Chapter 2) – Chad Stahelski
Costume Designer: Luca Mosca
Festa di famiglia
Costume Designer: Germana Melodia


Zoolander 2 – Ben Stiller
Costume Designer: Leesa Evans
Victoria – Tom Vaughn
Costume Designer: Nicola Tate
Medici – Masters of Florence – Sergio Mimica Gezzan
Costume Designer: Alessandro Lai
Il flauto magico di piazza vittorio – Gianfranco Cabiddu, Mario Tronco
Costume Designer: Ortensia De Francesco


Black Sails
Costume Designer: Tim Aslam


Spectre 007 – Sam Mendez
Custome Designer: Jane Temine
Legend – Brian Helgeland
Custome Designer: Caroline Harris
Non essere cattivo – Claudio Caligari
Custome Designer: Chiara Ferrantini


The Musketeers – Andy Hay
Custome Designer: Phoebe De Gaye/Hayley Nebauer
Kingsmann Secret Service – Matthew Vaughn
Costume Designer: Arianne Phillips
Jupiter – The Wachowskis
Costum Designer: Kym Barret


The invisible woman – Ralph Fiennes
Costume Designer: Michael O’Connor
Adriano Olivetti. La forza di un sogno – Michele Soavi
Costume Designer: Monica Simeone
Dracula – Andy Goddard
Costume Designer: Annie Symons


Les Miserables – Tom Hooper
Costume Designer: Paco Delgado
A Royal weekend – Roger Michell
Costume Designer: Dinah Collin


Sherlock Holmes – A Game of Shadows – Guy Ritchie
Costume Designer: Jenny Beavan
The invention of Hugo Cabret – Martin Scorsese
Costume Designer: Sandy Powell


Years of Massimiliano Amicucci’s collaboration with the world of theatre, realizing handmade hats for theatrical and operistic costume, gave him the chance to make his work being appreciated by some of the greatest costume designers, who found his impressive hats truly excellent in manifacture and design.

The obsession for detail has played a very distinctive role in Amicucci’s style; impressive crafting technique and a strict historic research in materials gave his belts, armors, masks, helmets and accoutrements for theatre and opera costume, a big recognition between the most renowned costume designers.


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