These combine the style of jeans with the comfort and coolness of trousers. Made from 97% cotton and 3% elastane, they are lightweight and breathable, with a little bit of stretch for a perfect slim fit. With all the features you come to expect from jeans like five pockets, rivets and button fly, Pescarolo has added his own twist by making them from this lighter material. As a nod to their Neapolitan heritage, they have also included red stitching and the stylistic detail of the Pulcinella, an iconic character from Naples. The presence of this playful symbol is supposed to give buona fortuna—good luck—to anyone who wears these jeans. Shown here in blue, they pair perfectly with dark or light jackets, and shirts with lighter, brighter colors of summer.
Marco Pescarolo started his design house in 1999, with the support of his wife Anna De Matteis. The combination of their experience and expertise is what makes this company so special. Pescarolo came from the world of typography and paper, and he uses the knowledge he gained in that industry to personally select each of the fabrics used in their clothing. De Matteis comes from a long line of fabric makers, and her influence is vital to the success of the company. By combining the heritage of classic Neapolitan tailoring techniques with modern fabrics and designs, Pescarolo makes some of the finest trousers in the world. With all of their facilities in Italy, each garment they produce has the look and feel of bespoke, “su misura” clothing.