InZu Sakket Bag
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IN.ZU redefines the functionality of the shopping bag with a capacious, robust yet lightweight model.
Through the use of experimental materials and a playful design, Sakket is meant to be worn around the shoulder, every day and ever more often.
Inside, the bag is equipped with an additional zipped purse, useful for every need.
1 main open compartment, 1 additional large bound zipper pocket
H70cm – L38cm
Handmade in Italy
Each IN.ZU bag is the product of unique research, in which the originality of the creative gesture is combined with the skill of the craftsmanship and the use of innovative materials. IN.ZU bags stand out for their bold sartorial cuts, their essential lines and their formal cleanliness, emerging from the contrasts of their complex make. Unusual choices of fabric strengthen the distinctive aesthetics of the pieces, an example being technical fabrics typical of sports gear that are particularly robust and hard-shelled yet lightweight. Experimentation, ergonomics and precision are key to the creation of each bag, from the prototype to the final product. The result is a collection of bags with a contemporary flair, designed down to the smallest detail in a wide range of colours, textures, sizes and properties. Ideal for young and demanding customers who wish to own the style of their time by donning an original, versatile and practical object embodying the best of the Made in Italy.
Elena Zuin was born in 1976 in Portogruaro (VE). During her studies at the Faculty of Communication Sciences in Trieste, she spent her Erasmus in Madrid. There, in a new cosmopolitan context, her disposition towards art and creativity, both dormant for years, emerged anew. Parallel to her studies, she thus decided to stay in Spain to attend the school of plastic arts. She first specialized in weaving in Madrid and then in drawing and artistic printing in Barcelona. It was there that she developed a particular interest in an unusual and apparently insignificant textile product: the apron. Her Spanish studies culminated with a project entirely devoted to this essential workwear item, revisiting its style, shape, wearability and expressive potential.
Elena came back to Italy with a renewed interest in the study of communication. She therefore wrote her thesis on the new approach to textiles she had learned in Spain, laying on the foundations of her professional future. Her research on the wearability, ergonomics, practicality, versatility and lightness of aprons unfolded for years, and now finds a new application with the bag within the IN.ZU project.
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