Casual and sophisticated, the collection is realized blending together different fibres:
Virgin Wool 15 Micron ( 1mm/1000 ) with Linen and Combed Cotton,
Alpaca with Superfine Linen, Synthetic Microfibers with Elastic Twisted Cotton, Silk Crepe with Cashmere.
Lightweight Double and Triple fabrics in Cotton and Linen blend and Cashmere Jackets.
the fabric at a temperature of -37°C
and makes it unalterable, while
enhancing colour brilliancy, reducing
creasing and obtaining a non-ironing
result even after repeated washing.
Superfine fabric for blazer that stretches naturally.
Knicker-bocker is a fabric that appears to have small knots in the yarn.
The colours are variegated and speckled and it has been used as a dress fabric.
Knickerbockers or knickers are a form of men's or boys' baggy-kneed trousers particularly popular in the early 20th century United States. Golfers' plus twos and plus fours are breeches of this type.
This item has an atypical melange aspect thanks to the Linen and Wool combination, a Shetland finish and a luxurious hand make this fabric perfect for vernal blazer.
Leno weave is a weave in which two warp yarns are twisted around the weft yarns to provide a strong yet sheer fabric. Leno weave produces an open fabric with almost no yarn slippage or misplacement of threads.
this fabric allows air to pass through freely so are used in any area where the fabric required has not to bruise. (where the threads shift away from their woven uniformity disturbing the beauty of the weave).
In this special blend the Wool is worsted and the Cashmere is carded, the item has a fluid and extremely soft hand.