REGENESI, the brand that designs creations related to the world of design, fashion, and art, presents a new project at Pitti Immagine Uomo 104 that emphasises the word 'world'.
With the noun 'world' we define the totality of the dimension in which human beings live, and Maria Silvia Pazzi, founder of Regenesi, has built her project precisely with a view to taking care of the planet and those who inhabit it.
REGENESI once again chooses to support Iranian women through an open declaration and a concrete act.
With 'Re-spect', Regenesi presents for the first time a collection of t-shirts made in collaboration with the artist and activist Gianluca Costantini.
A true manifesto, the t-shirts are the natural continuation of the "Woman Life Freedom" project first presented in January 2023 and aim to raise awareness among men and women on the issue of Iranian women, through images that become a slogan, a denunciation and a concrete act of support.
In line with the brand's philosophy, the t-shirts are Made in Italy, 100% organic cotton and are dyed with vegetable dyes.
Proposed in white, military, navy and charcoal customised with drawings by Gianluca Costantini in art Channeldraw, they have no gender, but a precise identity and a strong voice.
"This year the company I chose to found turns 15 years old and giving birth to 'Re-spect' is my personal gift to myself and to Iranian women. My creations are born from discarded materials, because giving back dignity, giving new life means giving a new future or at least wanting to build it. Mine is a new way of conceiving fashion, I have embarked on a path that leads me to tell not only what I like but also what is close to my heart". Declares Maria Silvia Pazzi, founder of REGENESI.
With Re-spect, Maria Silvia Pazzi therefore pledges to devote part of the sales proceeds to support projects through a programme that will give Iranian women a voice from September onwards.
Once again REGENESI is the spokesperson for an ethical message where sustainability and social commitment are letters of the same alphabet.