The Forest clothing company dates back to 1914, thanks to the entrepreneurial spirit of Foresto Bargi. In 2012 third family generation Nicolas Bargi launched the brand Save The Duck with a strong commitment to create a product respectful of animals, environment and people.
Save The Duck teams up with Mackintosh, one of Britain's oldest heritage brands and the world's most influential coat makers. We update the classic "Mac" raincoat in a capsule of versatile pieces made from recycled fabrics.
British designer Edward Crutchley plays with Pro-Tech's codes in limited-edition capsule collections. Keeping high performance at their core, the designs combine premium recycled fabrics with unisex cuts.
We celebrate our 10th anniversary with a special collaboration with WildAid. Across two different capsule collections, we focus on 10 wild and sea animals threatened by climate change, poaching, and other human activities.
Save The Duck launches a dog coats capsule with United Pets. We launch the capsule with a charity initiative supporting Save The Dogs.
Save The Duck on the top of the world with Minga Tenzi Sherpa. On January 16th 2021, K2 was climbed for the first time in history.
Save The Duck and M Missoni present a limited capsule of sustainable and genderless outerwear.
Save The Duck presents the Sea Shepherd Collection, celebrating the most active marine conservation organization defending wildlife and protecting the world's oceans, founded in 1977 by Captain Paul Watson.
Save The Duck presents Skyscraper capsule collection created in collaboration with Satoshi Yamane. The name of this capsule collection expresses the desire to bring the city and the mountains closer: skyscrapers like snowy peaks to climb, reaching and exceeding the limits that grand endeavours impose, moving upwards while respecting nature.
Save the Children
We chose to collaborate with Save the Children to support the project which sees the charity organisation assisting Afghan children and communities affected by conflict.
Save the Duck is the first fashion company in Italy to achieve B Corp® certification.
DYNE for Save The Duck SS19
Save the Duck presents the second luxury capsule collection created in collaboration with Dyne, the brand founded by the US creative director Christopher Bevans, born and raised in New York.
Kuntal on Mount Everest
Save The Duck conquers Everest by setting a world record for having completed the first entirely animal free ascent of Everest in the history of mountaineering.
Save The Duck designed a tracksuit for Kuntal A. Joisher with its own animal free materials. Kuntal A. Joisher was the first vegan Indian climber to reach the top of Everest in 2016.
Disney | SAVE THE DUCK FW 18/19
Save The Duck presented a special capsule collection dedicated to the most famous duck in the world, Donald Duck and his companion, Daisy Duck.
Christopher Reaburn for Save The Duck FW 17/18
Christopher Raeburn created the first Luxury capsule for Save The Duck FW 2017/18. A men's capsule characterised by transformation, adaptation, recycling and technology.
Save the Duck for WWF
Save The Duck, a brand of eco-friendly and “100% animal-free” jackets, celebrated the WWF Italia's first 50 years by creating a “special edition” produced in 50 shades, each one representing an animal and/or natural habitat under threat.
Save the Duck for OXFAM
In occasion of the XXI United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, held in 2015, Save The Duck produced a limited edition of its iconic garments for Oxfam in Italy, available exclusively on-line.