The Brand was born in the 2010 from an idea of Silvia Pavanello e Paolo Porcu Rodriguez. The creative world of OFFICINE904 is a formula created to fully express the concept of simplicity. From bags and clothes to packaging, from shelving to furniture, each object is developed merging shape and functionality. A style workshop that combines essential and sharp design with refined textures, materials and colors. A true hallmark which is the common denominator of the brand research, including its projects and its creations arising from a persistent and relentless creative link between fashion and design. The philosophy of these ever-changing ideas is based on a “less is more” standard by architect Mies van der Rohe, materializing itself with minimal lines and unique shapes, where the brilliant craftsmanship of Made in Italy products shines through. The tremendous attention to detail and the exclusive, timeless design makes every OFFICINE904 product iconic.

Ki.To. is an iconic Japanese garment revisited with an Italian spin taking its inspiration with regards to form, fabrics and manufacture from all that Tuscany proudly offers, which is why we have chosen to define it with the acronym “Ki.mono To.scano”. Ki.To. is a versatile coat that enriches every style, be it the simple “jeans, t-shirt and sneakers” look or as a stylish accompaniment to a dress. In its simple uniqueness Ki.To. can be worn by both males and females. The fabrics used for the outer come in a range of solid colours and patterns – the summer collection is made with fabrics in cotton and linen, while our winter collection utilizes wool, alpaca, and cashmere. The inner linings are always colourful and unique, only made possible with the meticulous work of combinations, efficient assembly and skilled sewing by the expert hands of our craftspeople. Through the creation of Ki.To we have developed an Alter-Ego for our iconic “Market Bag” bag, derived from same qualities such as simplicity, essentiality, and clean cuts. True to this mantra, the central body and front rever of the Ki. To. are developed from a single piece of fabric, allowing each body to define its form: making it “your own” in the true sense of the word.