Italian denim brand Don The Fuller recently opened the Don The Fuller Jeans Museum in Corropoli, Abruzzo, Italy, in Italy's premium denim valley.The museum is permanent is located at 10 Via Trigno, in Corropoli, Teramo, and can be visited Monday through Friday from 9AM to noon and 2PM to 6PM.
The museum occupies 100 sq. meters and houses 5,000 models including some rare vintage pieces from the history of denim and a number of interesting archival pieces from the brand's history.
Among them, there are garments featuring top-notch quality denims, sought-after washes and treatments, as well as jeans that stand out for the brand's high craftsmanship and unique details.
The museum draws on the heritage of Fimatex, Don The Fuller's owner company, which has specialized in the production and implementation of environmentally conscious treatments and washes for more than 35 years.
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