L.B.M. 1911

Lubiam

Since 1911, four generations of the Bianchi family have helped establish an important and consistent brand that is recognized as being one of the oldest Italian clothing company synonymous with Italian luxury, quality, and elegance.
In 1911, master tailor Luigi Bianchi started a small shop in the Italian Renaissance city of Mantova under the label “Luigi Bianchi Mantova.” In 1941, the company name changed from “Luigi Bianchi Mantova” to Lubiam (an acronym formed from LUigi BIAnchi Mantova). L.B.M. 1911 is Lubiam casual line and all its products are garment-dyed and washed.

All the L.B.M. 1911 jackets are produced in Lubiam Mantova factory, using fabrics from historic Italian fabric mills and each L.B.M. 1911 blazer manufacturing process takes a standard period of twelve weeks for production and 10 days for garment dyeing.