Cut, Pack, Stretch


The technique of the production of clothing has remained almost unchanged over time: it is still based on the use of needle and thread. The sewing machine was born in the mid-1800s. During this period, it has been refined in terms of efficiency and the variety of points that can be achieved. Countless attempts have been made to provide a high degree of automation. Despite this, the sewing operation has so far withstood due to the multiple and complex operations that the seamstress have to perform. As a result, the choice of an experienced supplier is crucial to the success of a garment.


It is an art that deserves to be cherished with wisdom and passion


We take great care of the cutting operation. We know that a cut not performed to perfection affects the success of the final product.

We entrust this operation to highly qualified and experienced staff. We perform the cut manually for all those light or particular fabrics such as: stripes, paintings, placed. For more sustained allover or joined prints, we use a semi-automatic cut.


The packaging is the focal point of the production. Skilled hands take care in every detail of high-manufacturing garments, industrialized or artisanally finished, following the most refined processing techniques. At the end of this phase follows a first PDCA cycle to eliminate any defects and optimize chain features.

Our highlight is the lightweight fabric women's dress (satin, chiffon, georgette, satin, cadì, mikado, douchesse), and lace and scaling.

Ironing board

Ironing is art!

Even if cutting and packaging have been done to perfection, the danger of ruining the fabric or the garment if the ironing does not follow the same standards as the previous steps continues. Our ironers pamper the garments thanks to blowing axes and high-sensitivity irons so that no wrinkle or imprint can compromise an impeccable ironing.


The testing phase is crucial because it draws a line on whether or not the standards are set. We control 100% of the components and every single product item. If one of them does not pass the test, we proceed to the elimination of the discrepancies and then carry out a new test. Once passed, we direct the head to the next stage where it will get the final appearance (tags, bagged, etc.) depending on the customer's requests. We carry out the ancillary operations with enthusiasm: we like to think of the satisfaction of the final buyer when, coming out of the store, he wears an excellent garment, up to his expectations.


We only deliver first-choice items. We get to completely replace a garment, at our expense, if it does not meet the standards imposed by the client.