BRANDS June 18th, 2021

MARCELLO PIPITONE - WHITE

 

Marcello Pipitone, creative mind of the homonymous brand, is a young Italian designer who creates custom-made clothing using old garments that are first deconstructed and then reinvented for each customer. Fascinated by contrasts and large cities, Marcello creates inlaid trousers by using fabrics recovered both from pieces of clothing supplied by customers and from textile companies disposed material. This is how each pant tells a story, the story of the infinite fabrics that made it a unique piece.

 
Instagram @marcello_pipitone
Contact marcellopipitone.mi@gmail.com

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