In.Zu twists the apron’s DNA, an object which traditionally evokes a working context, sometimes humble and embarrassing.

Through a manipulation of its exterior appearance, In.Zu re-defines the apron’s meaning and introduces it among the wardrobe’s clothes, taking for granted its primary function, the function of covering in order to protect.

The research of studied cuts, the proposal of original lacing solutions, the introduction of thorough tailoring details, the choice of precious materials make In.Zu renew the apron’s fit and bring out its communicative potential: the apron is not only a practical and comfortable covering garment, but also a dress to wear, revealing the character, style and personality of the person who wears it.

The In.Zu apron is no more an object to hide as soon as guests arrive, but something to proudly wear.