At the end of April 2022, C&S, international Made in Italy fashion apparel and premium jeanswear manufacturing specialist, has acquired Texo Srl, a company based near Pesaro and Urbino that has been manufacturing luxury denim collections for prestigious international brands for the last ten years.
C&S is also based in Central Italy, near Perugia, at a few kilometers from Texo, and has been operating for the last over 40 years producing high-quality jeans and streetwear apparel, while it also owns, produces and distributes its own premium denim brand Haikure.
Federico Corneli, shareholder, C&S
"Thanks to this agreement, C&S broadens and further consolidates its presence also in the formal wear market," commented Federico Corneli, main shareholder of C&S.
"We are extremely proud of this agreement as, in addition to bringing an about 10% productive capacity increase, it opens up the acquisition of an advanced and highly specialised know-how in terms of pattern making and productive achievements. Thanks to this new step, our company will be able to structure its activities according to three main branches and segments that involve our own brand, the premium denim and the luxury denim segments," he added.
"Moreover, the added value that Texo’s specialization brings us, will allow us to grow further and to be able to accelerate the strategic path that will lead us to establish ourselves as special partners for the most important luxury brands," he continued.
C&S is rooted in denim culture and the vast potential uses of this iconic fabric. The company has begun a path of evolution leading it to embrace more and more the premium denim segment, establishing itself as a special partner for the creation of jackets, shirts, outerwear, and denim – that still remains the strong point of the company.
Haikure, a jeans brand owned by C&S
C&S is also appreciated within the Italian and international jeans productive panorama for its unique approach, oriented to sustainability, transparency and to the protection of a wholly Made in Italy supply chain. The company has also recently started a process meant to achieve the GOTS certification for both C&S and Texo in order to enrich the sustainability of its products, an acknowledgement that it aims to complete by October 2022.
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