With every choice we make, we weave our fabric of life. Our decisions, our feelings, our values, our connections are forever woven into our personal histories, and thus our victories form the most graceful of patterns.
From the cotton’s origins in Egypt, to its design in London, and final production in Lombardy and Tuscany, with its essence of Byzantine tradition and modern aesthetic, we are confident that with your trust, we will reflect your expectations to the highest level.
At Parpa we are dedicated to achieving the highest possible result for our clients, because the pursuit of pleasure is also the sustainability of the legacy of future generations.
At Parpa our ambition is the thread that weaves the best of you with your bedroom with uncanny luxury.
The rare microclimate formed along the Nile allows for cotton to grow in its natural environment yielding a unique harvest of long and thin fibers. Indeed, each Parpa is characterized by its unparalleled tactile sentation, with its soft, silky, and seamless texture.
Only the highest quality long-staple cotton: Giza-86, Giza-90 and Giza-95 are utilized for our main lines, as well as among the rarest and most exclusive varieties of Giza-45 for the premium model "Giza".
The Northern region of Italy, among the wealthiest regions in the world, is acknowledged for its people who know luxury, and thus have an increased interest in a quality lifestyle. These demands of quality have given birth to the local hand-craft culture.
It is known that local artisans cannot be replaced by automated systems or regions of mass production, and it is these artisans whose generations of work from the soul have given the world an etalon of "luxury". For centuries they have honed their ability to create masterpieces and surprised even the most discerning people with their qualities. Parpa products are sewn by craftsmen, whose legacies have been passed on for 6 generations.
Factories in Lombardy and Tuscany combine the modern, utilitarian world with traditional luxury, directing craftsmanship to the value of your experience. For these reasons, many ideal Parpa sets are available.
Each product undergoes quality control that meets the requirements as that of the first king of Italy - Victor Emmanuel II.
London, with its ability to set new trends in images and concepts, is constantly bringing the horizon closer. Parpa has thus established its design center here.
We have looked carefully for inspiration in the most significant visual images in history. Nevertheless, we have arrived at the conclusion of implementing a higher level of abstraction; one in which the balance of aesthetics is achieved by the balance of organic an inorganic design.
This harmonic balance of art and nature keeps your personal identity confident and certain. By balancing grace on both sides, we have given life to a wholeness unseen before.
Parpa is simultaneously filled with unbreakable energy and completely all the while relaxed in meditation. How to think about great processes while remaining attentive to detail. Imagine the perfect scenario: With Parpa, a storm off the coast of Scotland in the simultaneous setting with the lavender fields of Grasse.
The main concepts of both sides have been maintained, and, as a result have delivered a new and unique image from them.
Parpa was founded in Italy in 2017 and is a Direct-to-Consumer organization. This means that there are no intermediaries between us and our clients. This approach to our business allows us to create a higher quality of product and service, as well as provide better service per unit of cost.
Parpa’s quality is a reflection on an ideology focused on a balanced ecosystem in which people enjoy the slightest touch, while simultaneously reverently replenishing Earth's resources. We take on the mission of balancing and working to reduce our carbon footprint so that our heirs also have a sleep-worthy experience.
“Home for Italians is always a very special place as we cherish the ambience, in particular when it comes to a home linen. I do appreciate our traditions are being carried on delivered from a present day perspective.”