In the whirlwind of the hot summer season, Shirtaporter woman turns her gaze to the wilds of the African continent and draws inspiration from distant traditions and cultures of the Masai and Berber people.
Wild prints, tassels, vintage fabrics worn with a casual approach, cabans and ethereal shirts. Gem buttons, chemisier and multi-color guayabera stripes light up the Equator sunsets.
The fabrics express lightness and evanescence of the Moorland breezes through the delicate touch of satin, silk muslin and cotton which accentuate the beauty of long dresses and light tunics.
A cultured and refined woman who breathes the air scented with spices from the cities made of dreams, loves and goals that had been reached then left behind, as Margherita Marvasi wrote, “It’s a timeless concept of female solidarity”.
The inscription ‘LOVE’, embroidered or applied on various pieces, marks the succession of dreams and travels, nature and culture, men and passions. Recognizing the call of beauty is the very essence of Shirtaporter.
A collection of women made by women