Mia grew up in the woolen business. Her father's family migrated from Scotland and set up shop in Illinois in the late 1800's. It was a multi-generational business and lasted 100 years, closing in 1968. This experience and imagery made a profound impact from a young age and Mia taught herself how to sew when she was eight years old. Designing and making clothing has been a life-long pursuit. Currently FIORAVANTI has moved into a new studio/storefront space on Beacon Hill in Seattle, WA. Mia is committed to keeping things local and except for the fabric, everything takes place within about a two mile radius of her studio.  

A women's ready to wear collection that is mostly seasonless, ongoing and made in small quantities

An in studio collaboration; wardrobes, individual pieces, weddings

An online store

Effortless style

Architectural and modern

Minimal detail

Classic wardrobe of essential pieces


The fabric is sourced from all over the globe, but mostly France and Italy

The clothes are designed on Beacon Hill in Seattle

The clothes are manufactured on Beacon HIll in Seattle

And…the clothes are sold in stores in Seattle, and on Beacon Hill in Seattle

Mia Fioravanti’s little black jersey dress is at once simple and sophisticated, one that women reach for again and again. She has a way of tweaking a slim silhouette to be infinitely flattering. Basic but not boring, it’s one of the mainstays of a hard-working wardrobe — high comfort and easy care.
— Lala at Momo in Seattle, WA
I had such an amazing time shopping with Mia. Her clothes are perfectly suited for busy women who want to look stylish, but want something easy. She truly knows how to fit a woman’s body no matter what her size and really makes clothes that make you feel sexy and pretty! I also love her fabric choices, they are super wearable, but comfortable. I feel like I can wear Mia’s pieces anywhere, casual or going out! I am a fan and forever customer!
— Gretchen Bell, Stylist, Seattle, WA