Young, eclectic, versatile, Emanuele Cristofoli, known as Laccio, is an innovative, unconventional talent in dance and more. W magazine, one of the most important magazines of the New York press, calls him a “youthquake”, and Vogue says that he’s a talent “with the face of a Botticelli angel and the spirit of Johnny Rotten”.
He has diverse interests starting with his specialization in interior design at the Istituto Europeo di Design and going on to his commitment to fashion: he designed a successful collection received from Villanova in Kuwait to New York’s Bloomingdale, and then on the pages of Vogue in the UK and the international W magazine.
His artistic life began through urban dance meets where his potential was immediately recognized.
His career took many different directions: first a dancer, then a choreographer and art director.
Thanks to the experience, now Laccio is able to take care of, coordinate and organize an event, be it theatrical, musical or television, defining it in every detail.
Laccio’s art direction has an innovative and iridescent mark which is clealy seen in the Modulo Project, the most dynamic and original company in Italy, and at the Modulo Factory, the first training academy devoted to urban dancers.
During the last year, Laccio took care of several projects. Among them:
Loro 1 and 2, he is the choreographer of all the numbers featured in the two movies directed by Paolo Sorrentino;
Dance Dance Dance, for the second year in a row he led a large team of competitors, choreographers and dancers;
Calzedonia and Tezenis show, he is artistic director of the shows and choreographer of the performances.