BRANDS June 18th, 2021

NICOLO PUCCINI

 

Nicolò Puccini is a brand from Tuscany that reworks vintage clothing and the main reason for this product choice lays in the pollution levels caused by the fashion industry. To produce one pair of jeans, at least 30 thousand liters of water are required, used for the double flowering of cotton, while a sustainable garment helps the planet. So Puccini not only offers vintage but also sustainable garments. The production is based on the principles of circular economy, by first researching through the best second-hand garments, carefully analyzing its quality and then evaluating whether if customizing it or keeping its integrity would be the best choice . The final product is an original and unique garment.

 

Website nicolopuccini.com
Instagram @nicolopuccini
Facebook Nicolopuccini
Contact [email protected]

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