TISSUE PAPER FOR WRAPPING CLOTHING.
For Giorgio Armani, “elegance is not about being noticed but about being remembered.” When Luxury Brands decide that first impressions leave the lasting impression, we make sure to envelop them with our Luxury Paper. Since 1988, F.lli Magro has been printing bespoke paper for Italian and international haute couture.
Our Luxury Paper has already met Luxury Brands, such as Moncler, D&G and Patrizia Pepe.
Our Luxury Paper has already met Luxury Brands, such as Moncler, D&G and Patrizia Pepe. The iconic collections of Versace and Louis Vuitton, the timeless elegance of Valentino and Givenchy, the refinement of Dior and Krizia and the charming lines of Prada, Giorgio Armani and Yves Saint Laurent are embraced by apparel packaging tissue paper fully customised and designed to be the first skin of clothing and accessories which, unwrapped, give back an emotion.
Clothing also means lingerie and nightwear from Intimissimi, Tezenis, Calzedonia, Falconieri and Loro Piana, as well as sports and streetwear collections including Diadora, Puma, Lotto and Reebok, to name a few. Their bespoke packaging paper bears defining prints or simply logos.
Tissue paper clothing packaging
Our Luxury Paper wraps bags for men and women, as well as accessories designed by the top Italian and international tanning laboratories. Our tissue paper for packaging comes from monitored paper mills and is FSC-certified for the virtuous processing of cellulose.
Haute couture choses F.lli Magro
Clothing’s first skin comes from the thought and the comparison that allows for choosing the type of tissue paper processing.
Our graphic department studies the print composition, logos, textures and colours in order to customise the paper. Then, the laboratory produces the plate and calibrates the machines to go ahead printing. The journey ends in the set-up department: here, the tissue paper is cut into rolls or sheets in the desired quantity.
Our Luxury Paper stems from 30 years of knowledge and attention, care and experience. F.lli Magro contributes to tell a piece of fashion.