Since 2005, Jorge Moita created and developed a studio and a production system based in the Women´s Jail of Tires, Portugal. The project gained immediate international, and inside the Minister of Justice, recognition and profile, giving birth to a range of high-end ethos products, developed in a low-tech environment, and making evidence of the challenges designers, companies and society can experience in the turn of the Century. The project provided a social eco, far behind bars, from the workers to other Jails and into the community of design,and made possible projects that ranged from commissions to pieces and complete collections on special request. Working for the “Federation Française du Prêt-a-Porter”, the Who´s Next Paris and Premiere Classe Paris, the Gulbenkian Foundation, the Saint-Petersburg Hermitage Foundation, The Serralves Foundation, with Benedita Feijó the Portuguese Presidency, and Portuguese tourism, to Cultural Centre of Belem, in ongoing product developments,to collaborations and partnerships with some of the most high profile designers and brands in the international scene, such as Marcel Wanders, and his MOOOI company with Selfridges, Issey Miyake, Making Things, “Marie de Puteaux Paris”, London, Swarovski for Bread & Butter, Nissan “Soporcel, Be Part of the Solution” ,the Damn Magazine Design Cork, etc. To the usual collaborations between Jorge Moita and other studios, designers, artists, and a range of other creatives, and trendsetters like Peter Saville Associates, Joana Vasconcelos, Jaime Hayon, Brunno Jahara, Craig Feinberg, Musa DesignCollective, Benedita Feijó, Helena Almeida, Pieke Bergmans, Pierre FichéFeaux, to name a few,in more than 40 Editions of the La.Ga bag, -30% bag, anotherbag™, Twisted, a_ collections etc. From designing Fabrics, to clothing, finished containers of the Portuguese re-invented and branded innovation status.