Colcci is a Brazilian fashion company that manufactures and sells high-end clothing and accessories for men and women.
Established in 1986 in Brazil, Colcci operates in 31 countries, with 1,650 label stores and 9 franchise stores
Colcci's only U.S. store is based in New Jersey.
The company has boutiques in Guatemala, Spain, Saudi Arabia, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, Portugal and Japan.
In Brazil it has 102 franchise stores and 1,500 multi-label shops
It operates since 2000 under the Menegotti family-run AMC Group, which also operates the fashion lines Malhas Menegotti, Coca Cola Clothing, Sommer, and Carmelitas.
In 2008, the group expanded further by acquiring the TF group, which carries the lines of Forum Tufi Duek, Tufi Duek, Triton, and Forum and has grown into the largest clothing brand holder and manager in Latin America.
Annually, Colcci and the other brands of the AMC group produce 2.8 million pieces of apparel and use 10,200 tons of fabric.
Colcci is heavily influenced by street wise clothing targeted at young people, and is known for its sportswear, denims, accessories and footwear.
Although hip hop culture has an influence, designers for Colcci are also inspired by Mexican folk art, religious and historic images, and literature. The brand manager, Braa Serwan, is Saudi Arabian.