The T-shirt project, developed in 2006, starts from classical shirt, trying to simplify it and make it more comfortable; this result is obtained by reducing its constructive components and preferring materials such as poplin for the front and jersey for the back.

In addition, the T-shape of the shirt, bidimensional and open, offers a further development of the form, taking advantage, in the pattern, of the exceeding fabric between the armpit and the torso. The resulting shape is regular, geometric and oversize.

In the different editions the two main materials change composition, colour and weight. The two geometric shapes containing the T shape remain the circle and the rectangle.