Meaning ‘Nothing New’ in Italian
We are taking football jerseys and repairing any imperfections, using many old fashioned techniques to turn these once loved shirts into new and progressive garments for lovers of craftsmanship and the beautiful game.
Taking inspiration from the Japanese term boroboro, meaning something tattered or repaired, boro refers to the practice of reworking and repairing textiles through piecing, patching and stitching, in order to extend their use.
Where needed we use a variety of hand sewing techniques to preserve the integrity of the original shirts.
In addition we spend countless hours of workmanship to split seams and re fasten in our signature contrast thread.
Each shirt is then finished with a new neck label sewn onto a contrasting off cut of Taroni Silk.
Each Month we will be introducing a new silhouette, using our in house atelier to transform an original shirt into a one of a kind wearable artwork.
Our Bespoke Service strives to deliver the football shirt of their dreams. Holding fast to the mantra ‘ Nothing New’ our list of available fabrics from the finest Italian Silks, Natural Cottons and Linens, vintage performance and technical blends are all sourced from offcuts, past seasons, end of lines and vintage clothing that would otherwise be unused.
Not only football shirts, we also reimagine a variety of related items, all with the same attention to detail and nothing new philosophy.