PAR.CO DENIM

Par.co Denim was founded in 2014 by two cousins, it is in fact the acronym of Parimbelli cousins. The idea was to create a brand that produced high quality jeans in Italy in a sustainable way. The jeans production chain has been rethought, immediately applying sustainability policies in the choice of raw materials, accessories, suppliers, collaborators and partners. The values ​​of respect for the environment and the dignity of workers characterize the personal beliefs of the founders, which are also reflected in the brand. The mission is to create a quality product while leaving the least possible impact on the planet. The jeans are produced in Italy, locally and with sustainable raw materials, fibers and washes through an ecological and cruelty free process. The aim is to make consumer customers aware of the value of local production with sustainable materials, with a view to a global reduction in consumption and greater attention to the environment, aiming to purchase quality products that last over time. The company's objectives include: circular production processes, digital strengthening, partnership with companies that share the same values. Insertion of collaborators with the same vision. Denim fabrics are selected according to precise standards by trusted suppliers. The garments are made in Italy with a short supply chain: 100% Made in Italy, the jeans are produced - cut, sewn and assembled - by small artisans and local companies, which are located within 35 km of the brand's headquarters in Bergamo. The brand uses organic or recycled cotton, natural yarns, washes and treatments without chemical agents to ensure the lowest environmental impact.

Collection Par.co Denim FW21/22
 
Website parcodenim.com

Instagram @parcodenim

Facebook Parco Denim

Contact info@parcofashion.eu

 

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