New SMQ Corner, what does it mean…

Denim PV develops a never-seen-before SMQ* Corner to answer the challenges the fashion industry is facing: know how, creativity, technologic innovation, time to market, proximity & service.

The new SMQ* Corner will showcase a selection of garment manufacturers and laundries from Italy, Morocco, Portugal & Turkey able to combine fastness, flexibility, knowledge & tech knowledge, proximity & services with capability to produce with volume flexibility.

*Small Minimum Quantity

Meet them!


  • Everest – Italy


    Everest is an industrial laundry specialized in denim finishing and garment dye treatments. For the past 40 years Everest has managed to turn its own experience into strong know-how and into a continuous research for the most styling garments.

    Denim Premiere Vision with the new SMQ* Corner designed to highlight the peculiarity of companies like ours, that are looking to the future of the denim industry with services and products, is the natural landing place to show our capabilities” – Luca Soligo, Everest Managing Director.

    Everest has built his success also on the basis of technological innovations and strong investment in R&D. Furthermore in the last years the company focused a lot on eco-friendly processes and products about denim and non-denim world.
    Thus thanks to new industrial possibilities such as latest generation ozone machines, new laser, jet dye machines, bubble machines… but always utilizing these technological means with our “Italian Touch”.

    In 2008 Everest management founded a branch in Tunisia: Everwash. With Everwashwe the company is able to develop collections in Italy whilst relocating production in our foreign base under the control of the Italian management. This choice offers to clients the opportunity to have effective prices but with the quality that only Everest can offer.

    More info on Everest >

  • G&G Abbigliamento – Italy


    G&G Abbigliamento is a company with over 25 years of experience in the fashion world providing its partners with a full package service: R&D, style, modeling, chains, cutting, warehouse and finishing.

    Even if the core business has always been the denim and the ready-to-wear trouser, the company has been distinguished for the production of different type of fashion garments and nowadays it manages complex collections ranging from denim trousers to classic wool trousers or to biker with a total look approach.

    G&G can be considered an excellence in the Italian manufacturing panorama thanks to expertise, passion and the ability to innovate of all the staff.

    The decision to participate in the next edition of Denim PV within the SMQ* Corner is definitely a challenge that will help us to be ready for future market needs where G&G with its service level, infrastructure investments and collaborators, quick response and attention to the product can surely be a win win  partner. ” Christian Reca – Managing Director G&G Abbigliamento

    More info on G&G >

  • ERA Garment – Turkey

    ERA is a Turkish society produces men and women denim and washed woven sportswear for various local & international markets with a high level of quality and service. Era Garment is joining our SMQ Corner to present a totally sustainable collection.
    Era gets closer to nature and also to human : Era Denim’s production is certified by GOTS, Organic Blended, BSCI and Sedex. Their new collection has been created in an eco-friendly approach with sustainable fabrics, washes with an EIM score below 30 and without Chlorine, Permanganate nor Stone.

    Have a look on their video !

    More info on ERA >

  • Oceane de Production – Morocco
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