Parachute Offers Premium Bedding That Gives Back to Those In Need

With a comprehensive portfolio of everyday bedding essentials that includes everything from sheets to duvet inserts, Parachute helps consumers enhance their sleep experience with premium luxury bedding products. Launched in 2014, the company was developed to offer consumers high-quality bedding at accessible price points.

Parachute’s products are designed in LA, then made in Tuscany by true artisans who have been weaving world-class bedding for over 60 years. The bedding is manufactured with the finest long-staple Egyptian cotton, combed with precision to remove all impurities and dyed naturally in a Oeko-Tex certified process, free of toxins and synthetic finishes, that surpasses the highest safety and environmental protection standards.

The company was launched in 2014, born out of founder Ariel Kaye's personal frustration as a consumer seeking quality bedding products at accessible prices. Parachute is committed to putting an end to confusing marketing gimmicks like thread count--opting to highlight the importance of thread quality rather than its quantity. The company also offers unique sales options –such as bundles without a top sheet – that have never previously existed. By shipping directly to customers, Parachute offers considerable savings while maintaining premium quality.

Parachute was imagined not only with the intent of providing luxurious sleep experiences, but also to give back to those in need. The company partnered with Nothing But Nets, a global, grassroots campaign to save lives by preventing malaria, a leading killer of children in sub-Saharan Africa. For every one of Parachute’s signature Venice bedding sets sold, Parachute has committed to sending one life-saving bed net. Since launching, Parachute has donated 4,000 life-saving malaria nets through their partnership with Nothing but Nets.

With an eye for stylish design and strategic partnerships, Parachute has a number of exciting projects under its belt and in the works. In addition to a recent collaboration with Baggu, a Brooklyn-based reusable bag company, the company is launching its new White Linen & Grey (Fog) Bedding Collection and unveiling a unique partnership with Capri Hotel Southampton and Montauk Beach House.

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