DeriDesen and its organic line!

DeriDesen, based in Istanbul since 1969, is a leading leather label supplier to the Turkish denim market in Turkey. The company, which makes a variety of labels including real leather, rubber and printed labels ranging from the traditional to most cutting-edged, has over 150 employees and has been the main label supplier to well-known global brands for many years.

In addition, DeriDesen believes in being sustainable – from the raw materials they use to the products they produce. The company addresses the Health, Safety and Environment issues of its employees and business partners, and carries out a proactive and transparent approach in all its processes.

Quality control & Testing Process

Before the raw materials are delivered to the warehouse, in-house washing and third-party chemical controls are carried out. Furthermore, all of its real leather and imitation leather is produced in accordance with European standards.

The company will be present at Denim Première Vision next December 5th and 6th in London.


Sustainable Products


Chrome-free real leather series

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The sustainable label seriess which consists of Oekotex-certificated jacron/leather, recycled leather with GRS certificate, recycled cartoon and water-base PU

New Products


Heat seal TPU patches, on which can be produced any jpeg design in any shape


Transferable rubber labels

If you’d like more information about DeriDesen’s new organic line, join them on December 5th and 6th at The Old Truman Brewery.

In addition, don’t forget to get the complete Denim PV programme >

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