Michele Ciro Franzese stands out in the fashion and design panorama as a prominent art and creative director, collaborating with international brands such as Antony Morato, Fracomina, Franklin & Marshall, Wycon, and many others. His career also includes the print campaign for the Nike x Nigel Sylvester brand and the MTV "Barrio19" television campaign.

His vision is reflected in campaigns that not only capture the essence of each brand but also define an enduring identity that speaks directly to the heart of the audience.

Through a distinctive visual language, Michele transforms ideas into visual narratives, setting new standards in men's, women's, cosmetics, and children's fashion.

His deep knowledge of fashion communication allows him to carry out projects with prominent photographers and directors, as well as collaborate with testimonials like Simon Nessman, Marlon Teixeira, Josh Beech, Luke Worrell, and Dudley O’Shaughnessy.

Creative consultancy merges with managerial activity, bordering on entrepreneurial. Indeed, Michele's growth path includes directing marketing and communication for fashion companies and founding various companies operating in the production, design, and digital communication sectors.

Over the years, he has founded and commercialized several fashion brands, including "CRAPITALISM", the concept brand that conveys his artistic message.