Santo Domingo – Minister of Industry, Commerce and MSME (MICM), Victor Bisono, as part of the continuation of the Industrial Route Program, which he does every week, visited and extended his support to the home of design and manufacturing of garments . Dress, Jenny Polanco.
During a tour of the Dominican fashion house’s facilities, Bisono noted that the government continues to highlight the “Made in the DR” seal, adding that she is very excited to tour the heritage of the company, Jenny Polanco srl. Renowned designer Jenny Polanco, who brought Caribbean fashion throughout Latin America, trailing her name in the Dominican Republic for more than 40 years.
The head of MICM was welcomed by the company’s executive director, Carla Quinones Polanco, daughter of Jenny Polanco, and creative director and designer Carolina Sosias, who expressed gratitude for the visit while seeking help to include workshops and mentor training and new markets. Provide guidance and support to expand
Minister Bisono was accompanied by MICM’s deputy ministers, Fantino Polanco of Industrial Development and Vilma Arbaje of Foreign Trade.
About Design House Jenny Polanco
It is a women-led clothing design and manufacturing company with over 43 years of experience, offering image consultations, training courses and design and haute couture workshops.
It is also a brand of Dominican origin that blends amber and linen that enhance local crafts and materials. It was founded by designer Jenny Altagracia de Leon, who managed to identify a need for clothing suitable for the environment in which she lived, using skills acquired by her mother, who combined her experiences in sewing, knitting and embroidery. As well as carried forward the intuitive knowledge of clothes.
It currently has nine physical stores distributed throughout the national territory, has 48 employees and boutiques in Madrid and Manhattan, exports to Mexico and the United States.