About SISA





SISA is a womenswear brand based in Santiago, Chile. Avoiding temporary trends, we make pieces that build on each woman’s personal story over time. 

Our designs stem from an obsession with color and a conceptual construction using high-quality materials that can express this exploration. 

We create color relations come from nature and the arts.



Local manufacturing

Our collections are developed in Chile and Peru, allowing us to maintain close relationships with the people we work with, from suppliers and workshops to photographers and producers.

We work side by side with local artisans and artists to generate new junctions between craftsmanship and design, exploring processes that highlight their crafts, and combining different disciplines to create specific, unique, responsibly-made pieces.

The construction of our garments is dedicated and handcrafted: they are made one at a time. We prioritize using primarily certified materials of natural origins, that preserve their practical qualities and subtly manifest the passage of time. Everything that surrounds our pieces, including our reusable packaging and recyclable labels, is made in Chile.

We have been able to grow consciously, away from the conventions of an industry that often remains immutable in the face of overstock and waste generation.  


An experimental outlook

From our first collection, we have learned the value of showcasing our work in the most authentic and resourceful way possible, through campaigns that present a creative and experimental viewpoint stemming from our respective academic backgrounds: art, architecture, and design.

We have had the opportunity to design clothing for diverse artistic expressions, such as opera and contemporary dance, thereby expanding our creative exchange. We have also produced campaigns combining performance, heritage architecture, and photography.




Our community

An integral part of our process is the relationship we cultivate with our customers. We know they are mostly women who favor conscious purchases and adhere to the values of slow fashion. 

For our community, we publish a monthly cultural newsletter highlighting recommendatiosn by talented women who reflect their identity through their work and practice.  

We aim to constantly rethink our design approach as it relates to Chile and Latin America.