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.
Francesca Marchisio is an Italian designer and owner of an atelier in Reggio Emilia.
Transformation is essential for Francesca Marchisio.
She combines design, aesthetics and Italian manufacture.
Reversible coats, sustainable fabrics and a real made in Italy are her tools to create objects to wear for a long time.
Francesca creatively repurpose deadstock and used garments, as well as fabric leftovers, giving them a new value through the precious application of embroideries.
Seamstresses are involved both in the hand-making production and in the creative process, for the composition of unique and timeless capsules.