Created by women for women. No slogan but a pure and simple truth. The Chitè Milano lingerie brand is an all-female reality that enhances women: customizable and adaptable to every silhouette and need, each product is made with respect for sustainability and choosing high quality fashion.
To move the brand, to identify it are they: Chiara Marconi and Federica Tiranti, the two founders, together with a team of competent, determined and courageous personalities. Chitè's mission is to be able to convey a message, to sew together craftsmanship, style and the strength to believe in oneself.
Chiara Marconi and Federica Tiranti completely revolutionized their lives to create Chitè Milano. The first, after diplomatic studies at the Sant'Anna School in Pisa and work at the United Nations, divided between Rio de Janeiro and Geneva; the second graduate in pharmacy and a job in Paris in the pharmaceutical sector. A challenge that with great competence and ambition they have certainly won, giving life to a young brand already loved by women.
In its name, Chitè we read the Chi, or the beginning of their nicknames Chicca and Chiachi, combined with Te (you) which is addressed to all women. To all women who have to start over from themselves.
In a Chitè Milano creation there is never a lack of great attention to style, fitting and quality. Unquestionably high, down to the last detail. The Italian brand has taken an extra step, to get straight to the people who will wear its product. How? Offering the ability to customize their lingerie and have what they have always dreamed of: a tailor-made costumer experience that allows you to choose the color, fabric and exact size of your silhouette. An interactive experience that led to the birth of a real community, the Lover's Club, made up of conscious and determined women, who have rediscovered love for themselves.
Chitè Milano also creates fresh and contemporary capsule collections, always in step with the times, designed and created without ever losing sight of sustainability, from the choice of materials to the limited production of the garments.