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  • Aquamarine

  • black


  • black and blue navy


  • black and grey

  • black and iron grey


  • black and light grey

  • black and magenta

  • black and medium grey

  • black and ocean blue

  • black and pearl grey



  • black and turquoise

  • black and white

  • Black with Black And White Ribbons

  • Black with Blue And Green Ribbons

  • Black With Purple

  • Black With Purple Shawl

  • Black with white embroidery

  • Black, White and Lime

  • Black, White and Red

  • blu, turquoise and lime

  • blu, yellow, lightblue

  • blue

  • blue and iron grey

  • Blue and Lime

  • blue ceruleo and kline blue

  • brick red

  • brown

  • Brown and Camel

  • Camel

  • cream

  • Deep Grey

  • ecru

  • fiordaliso blue

  • grey

  • Grey and Aquamarine

  • grey and black

  • grey and fiordaliso blue

  • Grey and Light Blue

  • Grey and Lime

  • Grey and red

  • Grey and Turquoise

  • grey shadows

  • Grey with red sleeve

  • grey with red waist band

  • Grey with white and red embroidery

  • Grey, Camel and Brown

  • grey, light blue and green

  • grey, light blue, turquoise

  • grey, orange and yellow

  • grey, pink, red

  • indaco blue

  • iron grey

  • iron grey and medium grey

  • kline blue

  • light blue

  • Light Blue and Green

  • light grey and brown

  • light grey and iron grey

  • light grey and light magenta

  • light grey and red

  • Lime

  • melange grey and red

  • milk white

  • ochre yellow

  • orange and azalea

  • Orange and Pink

  • pearl grey

  • pearl grey and kline blue

  • red

  • Red and grey

  • Red and Purple

  • red with grey band

  • red with grey braces

  • Red with grey grey collar

  • Red with grey sleeve

  • red with grey waist band

  • red, pink and orange

  • royal blue and black

  • sand

  • turquoise, yellow, lightblue

  • white

  • white and acquamarine

  • White and grey

  • white with black and grey embroidery

  • white with black band

  • White with black collar

  • White with black embroidery

  • white with grey braces

  • White with grey waist band

  • white with red band

  • White with red sleeve

  • wine red and black

  • yellow, lightblue, grey

I’m a dreamer, a child who loved to play with paper dolls cut out from an album, with the dresses to be colored and overlaid on the figurine.

I’m Annalisa Surace, designer and creator of IJO design. After graduating in architecture, I got the Master degree in Design Management at the Domus Academy, and this is where the idea was born.

My project became a reality in 2001 with the aim of exploring a new territory for those years and creating the union between craftsmanship and design. With IJO design I investigated issues that ten years later will become an essential prerequisite for a conscious business development, such as the recovery and enhancement of traditional workings of the territory, the continuous search for cultural references, traces of memory, and the link with the genius loci also expressed by the name IJO, ‘sole’ in griko, the ancient language of Magna Grecia.

The starting point is the house, and the creation of textile collections and furnishing accessories made with different traditional materials.



But the passion for the fabric, where all the senses are involved, takes over and so my aesthetic research takes a precise path, that of the threads that wind on the frame.

Scarves also become a pretext for experimenting with the creation of unique pieces presented in art galleries or events and exhibitions of texile art.

Today IJO design is the combination of fashion, craftsmanship and design according to sustainable economic and environmental values, a production with an eco-sensitivity for the respect of the environment and the well-being of the person.

The IJO design collections are in fact made on ancient hand looms made of ancient olive wood in our small workshops in Puglia as the entire production chain, up to the finished garment.

The fabric, the true protagonist of the brand, is created to give shape to every single collection; the search for noble, certified fibers is combined with ancient techniques and refined workmanship, then deconstructed and transformed into clothes and accessories with simple geometric shapes, architectural inspiration.

In the endless possibilities offered by the intertwining of warp and weft, each unique piece woven  is created on a sketch in every minimum detail through the suggestion of a material metamorphosis that becomes the hallmark of the brand.

In the packaging phase the idea is that of the cloth without cuts, but completed with finishes and sartorial seams, exposed selvages, woven fringes, deliberately unfinished works in a game that recalls the story of a story of endless threads.

IJO design has a recognizable identity, a strong international attitude and is part of a context of research of new languages ​​in a growing sector such as that of sustainable luxury craftsmanship