To give a new life to clothes and accessories that have been previously owned and worn by someone else.
To give a new life to excess fabrics left over from the production of textile mills or garment factories.
To give a new life to unworn products that a company has been unable to sell.
To give a new life to any kind of pre-consumer or post-consumer material that has been discarded.
Batna is a workshop, founded by two young women in Turin, where garments are designed and produced to meet the needs of those people who would like to have clothes or accessories to use in their everyday activities.
The projects development, as well as the production, takes place in their workshop in Turin.
In respect of functionality, quality, durability and beauty criteria, they put particular attention to the reduction of waste and the recovery of second-hand materials.
From this attention was born a line of products made from scraps, leftover stock and parts of old garments with which they create unique garments and accessories.
Garments and accessories helping people in doing the activities they love.