Each step of production is the most sustainable as possible, sustaining a craftsmanship more ethic than ever.
Can you recall the exact moment when you decided to become a fashion designer?

When we realized that we wanted to do this job we were grown women, university students that have already begun an academic path very distant from what we’re doing today. We fell in love with the universe of tailoring: it was a real crush. Even if this was experienced differently by the two of us, we knew that this was our biggest passion and we wanted to transform it into our real job.

What was your first project?

Our first project together was the overalls, the first answer to our research, our brand’s core item, our emotional language.

Creative process: do you work instinctively or planning each single small step? Where do your ideas come from?

We create instinctively, we number our collections instead of giving them seasonality. Each piece tells a story, an inspiration that drives us to create bonds within every single piece we produce.

What did you think when you have been contacted by Berto first?

The first time we’ve heard about Berto was during one of our workshop, thanks to a girl who was taking part in the class. We really like the fact that a textile factory proposes fabrics without a minimum order of buying. This is a fundamental resource for our small craftsmanship activity.

Which Berto’s fabrics have you been working with for your project/collection?

For our collections we used Vogue Sky85, Nevada, Janis and Globe Sky. We use Pence Lime 7 for our school activities and for our workshops, mostly.

“Less but better” could be read as an endorsement for purity in design but in fashion design too. It can also be adopted as an environmental message about reduction and sustainability. What do you think about this?

Slow Fashion principles drive our daily work. Each step of production is the most sustainable as possible, sustaining a craftsmanship more ethic than ever. We stand out for what we believe it’s worthy, like the waiting and the respect of the timing of the creation. Our choice was to avail ourselves of the most underestimated resource, that is the time, avoiding product stocking and creating clothes only when ordered. Every piece is produced in consequence of a real need and of a request in the respect of minimalism that has always been a source of inspiration to us.