Marzotto Group founded in 1836
This historic group that has been constantly evolving for more than 180 years, combining long-standing tradition and continuous innovation.
Marlane Primatist Super 100’s
One of the collections in the Marzotto group is MARLANE Primatist Super 100’s Wool is the super fine men’s collection with a sharp business focus on current market trends featuring trendy and high-quality products that are strongly competitive.
“We do not inherit the Earth from our Fathers but we have it on loan from our Sons”
The Super 100’s Mulesing free
Green Sheep ensures an ecological fabric production cycle, certifying the no mulesing wool applied. Respect for the sheep and the environment in the transformation from wool to fabric. The Green Sheep label, stands for environmental sustainability.
The Marzotto Group complies with environmental legislation and with all laws on the use of chemicals, applying even stricter limits than those in force.
Compliance with European regulations.
The REACH Regulation, 1907/2006/EC, radically revised the whole body of European Union legislation on controlling chemicals to protect health and the environment.
All Marzotto Group companies including Marlane collections espouse and comply with REACH. We require chemicals suppliers to provide up-to-date safety sheets, thus ensuring that the substances used throughout the production process have been recorded, tested and approved.
Natural fibres, eco-sustainable fabrics, a sustainable manufacturing system, workplace health and safety, total control on processing waste disposal.
We offer continuous training and information for all Group employees, to provide education on a more sustainable ecosystem and respect for the environment in all work processes.
To reduce pollution, over 10,400 photovoltaic panels provide energy for our manufacturing cycles. We also have in place systems for careful water management and energy waste reduction.
Then the suit is Made in Puglia, South Italy, where your find trullo (plural, trulli) which is a traditional Apulian dry stone hut with a conical roof but also our family artisans who started in early 70’s uniting ancient local art of clothing manufacturing with the most advanced processing technologies.