Among the more interesting proposals about T-shirts met at Pitti 92 we have to mention LIMITATO. This brand was born in Sweden in 2014 thanks to the idea and talent of 2 guys who wanted to product a sort of “wearable art” which means to carry selected art works and photographes on the garments.
The innovation consists in printing the image on a velvet textile to create a contrast between the jersey of the t-shirt and the print. LIMITATO is an emerging brand but has already made collaborations with great names like Terry O’Neill, famous photographer of celebrities and Michael Moebius, known for the renowned print about Marilyn Monroe with a pink bubble gum.
The production of the t-shirts is made in Portugal and each piece is unique and excusive with a certificate of authenticity.
Official site: limitato.shop
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