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It all started with a simple concept – that of intertwining fresh design with high-quality, Maltese-inspired prints.

Series 1

Malta boasts a wealth of identity. It is found in how we act, how we interact and how we present ourselves both socially and visually.

It can be said that a strong sense of tradition, pride and patriotism can be attributed to this abundance of distinction.

Elements of Malta

On a journey of nostalgia through the alleys of our past, we remember all the things that make us who we are, our past, our present and our location.

The Elements of Malta represent all of the things that make Malta what it is and its people who they are.

Clubs Series

Much of our present is molded across our past, making us in essence, who and what we are. Innately, we tend to look back and reminisce over bygone days, all too often wearing the rose-tinted lenses of nostalgia. It is simply one way in which nature waves its wondrous wand. We’ve all had our youth-driven thrills and spills, where many sought solace and sanctuary within the world of nightclubs. It is this philosophy and mindset which heralded our next series, an odyssey across three iconic Maltese nightclubs traversing different eras. Each one has its own tale to tell, its own aesthetics, sub-culture and subliminal message.

Colours of Malta

At Te fit-Tazza, we know that Maltese life surrounds us in every way. We are constantly thrilled by a dancing, changing colour palette, whether as we stare at Valletta’s horizon or crave the warmth of a stunning Riviera sunset.
The Colours of Malta collection is a celebration of the vibrant and iconic scenes of our beautiful country, presented in their purest form.

Series 2

This collection represents a humble progression on how we approached our new collection. For our second series, we opted to adjust the viewpoint and highlight the play between the subjects and their surroundings.

We collected memories set in totally different scenes, capturing their raw, untold beauty, bringing them to your attention, even though at times they might be taken for granted. We felt the need to showcase our own interpretation for this series as we changed lens whilst interacting in our own space.