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Available in Size 1 ONLY: it fits from a size IT38 to a size IT42.

The model is 175cm tall and usually wears a size S

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Nigiri Corset Double-face

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Nigiri Corset in Paisley Silk

The Nigiri Corset is a new garment introduced in Giglio's SS23 Collection.

Nigiri becomes Giglio's reinterpretation of a corset, from which all scaffolding and rigidity is removed.

This top has four pleats on the front that give it structure and make it adaptable to the body. On the hips and shoulders are sewed long ties to tie it on the back, which remains bare.

This corset is extremely versatile, it is Double-face and it can be worn on its own or as an accessory garment over a shirt, jumper or simple t-shirt.

100% Made using dead-stock.

  • Round Neck
  • Naked Back
  • Long laces on hips and shoulders 
  • Pinces on the front
  • Doubleface
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“Sustainable & Rebellious” is the motto of Giglio Tigrato.

The designer weaves a captivating allure into the brand's aesthetic, evoking a dreamy ambiance that is both exotic and surreal.

Designed and made in Milan, Italy.

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Available in Size 1 ONLY: it fits from a size IT38 to a size IT42.

The model is 175cm tall and usually wears a size S

Need more information?
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Giglio Tigrato: Responsible & rebellious

Fusion fashion with a wild spirit

Giglio Tigrato is a Milan-based brand, conceived with the aim of challenging industrial overproduction. Through their project, they seek to minimize their environmental footprint by creatively transforming vintage garments and deadstock materials into fresh, new looks. Additionally, Giglio Tigrato endeavors to celebrate human individuality by crafting limited edition pieces and Made in Italy collections, utilizing existing materials and fabrics through reusing and revaluing processes.