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.
Costanza and Fabiana, fashion and graphic designer, are the founders of Tsitsi concept, a project that combines the world of sewing, yarns and upcycled fabrics with the world of colors, graphics and prints.
For their project, they research and use fabrics from the dead inventories of Italian companies, in order to avoid the production of new fabrics and to produce small pieces in the same design; a choice that makes each garment unique and limited.
Their iconic product is the raincoat, which is not a simple piece of rainwear but features a handmade printed graphic on the inside, representing a map of Italian cities.