Andrew J, one of our American customers, took part in a famous magazine called MR Magazine published in America. In the fair were shown different types of shirts which were made in Turkey in our mills. The news indicated in the magazine as below.
Famous for his easy-care stain-free shirts made in Hong Kong, Andrew DeVries recently ventured into the luxury arena with Azzurro. Made in one of the best factories in Europe that produces for numerous luxury brands (selling at twice the price), Azzurro features upscale details (the finest buttons, trim and stitching) and uses luxury Italian fabrics like 85 percent cotton/15 percent cashmere ($89 cost for a suggested retail of $198) and superfine denim ($65 cost for a $175 suggested retail, comparable to a certain designer shirt selling for $600!)
For those merchants who insist on easy-care, DeVries worked with a mill to develop a new 100s two-ply cotton that’s not only non-iron and stain-resistant but also cool comfort and moisture-wicking. What more can we get from a shirt?