DISABILITY IS NOT A LIMIT, YOU ARE THE LIMIT
Comfort and utility proposals that speak of social inclusion, reuse and craftsmanship with garments in the fashion of the forties, an age in which people began to talk openly about disability.
A collection in which we find typical fabrics of English tailoring such as pied-de-poule, boiled wool, alpaca and virgin wool yarn, realized by Tuscan artisans mixed with innovation and technology.
The main values are recycling and craftsmanship: discarded orthopedic busts are transformed into unconventional accessories while hand-painted satirical illustrations enrich prints and fabrics, launching strong messages of inclusivity.
The colour palette is composed of dark and earthy tones recalling the colors of the Day of Infantile Paralysis, for sensitizing the viewer.