Portatelovunque

Portatelovunque

A funny name, almost a tongue-twister that puts a smile on your face by only saying it. The verb portare, to bring and to take, means -to move something to another place, -to carry something along during a trip, -to give a present, -to go with, -to wear.
For our bags and accessories we use dismissed fabrics sent to retirement too early, giving them a new shape and turning garbage into resources.
The idea of recycling is strengthened by social content: the final seams are made by an organisation working with women from fragile backgrounds.
Italy


Portatelovunque

Chiara Di Cillo

Chiara Di Cillo, creator of Portatelovunque and visual arts nomad. Daughter of a passionate flea market goer and of a “repair-it- all” motorcyclist, since childhood I pursued the path to turn ideas into objects. I graduated in Architecture and then I specialized in design. I always moved between graphic design, photography and strictly 70's rock music.


Stand C2 (pav. 6) - Chiara Di Cillo

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