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A liking for art as well as a modern attitude – the people behind Cacofonia Milano are art school graduates, photographers, and film aficionados. Through a collaborative process and a creative atmosphere, we are trying to create the brand that you and we have been missing.

Talented European designers – our patterns are perfected to the very last detail. As a collective of artists, we are looking for inspiration together and let our designers freely implement these ideas in our projects.

Handmade in the European Union, in Poland – we carefully supervise the sewing process, as we work closely with our partners. We guarantee impeccable quality.

Comfort – all our fabrics are extraordinarily soft, smooth, and delicate.

CACOFONIA Milano is a family business, founded by two sisters – Julia and Natalia Kaczorowska. Julia, the older one, born in Paris, is a professional photographer and shoots the pictures that are later used as the basis for a variety of unique patters in the Cacofonia Milano collections. The younger one, Natalia, via her passion for fashion, film, and new media, transfers the newest trends right into Cacofonia Milano products.

The idea for this brand came from our mutual love for art and design. During our childhood, we were constantly exposed to photography and painting, and hence became heavily infatuated with visual culture, which influences our current work and is something we want to present from a modern perspective.

Travel – the experiences we were lucky to gain, during our trips to Europe’s fashion capitals and our visits beyond the continent, provoked the creation of a certain aesthetic. We once realized in Milan that people dress “sort of differently” from what we were used to. Their style was bolder, more colorful, with a keen eye for detail. And maybe already then, only very slowly, the idea for a clothing brand started blossoming.

Now, our goal is to bring fine arts and intriguing patterns into the streets. And no one is going to wear them better than our clients, who treasure pieces of art and design patterns, but are also able to take it all with a pinch of salt.