Cork isn’t just about cork stoppers; it is a lot more than that!
It came into fashion and has never gone out of fashion. The characteristics of this 100% natural and environmentally friendly product did not go unnoticed among renowned national and international designers who shape this material to the whim of their imagination. The fashion world has become accustomed to seeing cork on the catwalks. And it is here to stay.
it came into fashion and has never gone out of fashion
The cork fabric changed into a cork umbrella and Pelcor was born in São Brás de Alportel, Algarve. The Portuguese brand showed the world what could be done with the bark of the cork oak. It showed that the cork skin has special properties that enable the creation of original, delicate, sophisticated, and environmentally friendly products. It designs and produces umbrellas, bags, wallets, purses, bracelets, hats, belts, pens, notebooks, cases for laptops, mobile phones and pens, among other items. No item is like any other. All are unique.
Pelcor and cork have become inseparable. The properties of the cork oak bark stand apart in this brand because it is a lightweight, waterproof, elastic, compressible, 100% natural, recyclable and biodegradable raw material and its processing does not involve the production of large amounts of waste. Several items for the NATO Summit held in 2010 in Lisbon form part of its customized products. Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Angela Merkel and Madonna have all received Pelcor products.
- Christian Dior | Bags and accessories
- Stella McCartney | Catenina Sandals
- Christian Louboutin | Sandals
- Dolce & Gabbana | Shoes
- Luís Buchinho | Butterfly Bag
- Ruthie Davis | footwear
- Yves Saint Laurent | footwear
- Rupert Sanderson | footwear
- Jimmy Choo | footwear
- Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci | footwear
- Fendi | footwear
- Prada | footwear
- Miu Miu | footwear
- Donna Karan | footwear
- Giuseppe Zanotti | footwear
- Chloé | footwear
- Jasper Morrison | footwear As Portuguesas | flip flops
- … and a lot more!