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The Best Fabrics from Around the World

The Best Fabrics from Around the World

Every part of our process is dedicated to excellence and luxury, which is why we source the finest fabrics from around the world to ensure that no matter what stylistic choices you make, you’re wearing some of the most comfortable, soft, beautiful fabrics available.

Vitale Barberis Canonico

Few companies enjoy the lofty provenance of Vitale Barberis Canonico, whose operations date back to at least 1663, when a bill of sale documents the transfer of woolen goods to the Duke of Savoia.  Their longevity can be tied not only to the superior textiles they produce, but also their knack for adopting new technologies and expanding operations.  By the early 1900s, their reputation allowed them to export high-quality fabrics all over the world, including Europe, the Americas, China, and beyond.  The company, which recently celebrated its 350th anniversary, remains family-owned and operated today and continues to innovate and produce textiles of timeless luxury.

Vitale Barberis Canonico

Loro Piana

The Loro Piana tradition of excellence in the textile industry dates back to the early 1800s, when the family from Trivero in northern Italy began trading wool.  Since then, this supplier of premium textiles has established a thriving business and a strong reputation for the finest wool and cashmere.  Today, Loro Piana is the world's foremost cashmere processor, delivering superior quality textiles from around the world.  By upholding strong traditions in their trade and pairing quality and craftsmanship with modern technologies, Loro Piana remains one of the most renowned suppliers of fabric in Italy and around the world.

Loro Piana

Albini Group

Their ambitions aren’t small – since 1876, The Albini Group sought only to create the most beautiful fabrics in the world, and by all estimations, they continue to succeed.  Today, this family owned and operated Italian business designs and produces 20,000 of the finest fabrics for top fashion houses and luxury brands across the globe.  A vertically integrated structure allows for top-to-bottom control of production, ensuring outstanding quality, and the addition of renowned mercers like Thomas Mason has only added to the brand’s prestige.
Albini Group

Caccioppoli

A cloth merchant based in Naples, Italy, Caccioppoli has proudly supplied tailors with quality textiles from around the world since the 1920s, when Vincenzo Caccioppoli opened the doors to his headquarters in Piazza Nicola Amore, where it remains to this day.  Incredibly, Caccioppoli is the last remaining cloth merchant in this once-bustling area of Naples, due largely to exclusive contracts to distribute luxury textiles on behalf of international manufacturers.  With a dedication to innovative, but wearable designs, Caccioppoli has maintained a strong reputation among high-end tailors, seeing continued growth in lauded venues like Savile Row.
Caccioppoli

Thomas Mason

Since the late 18th century, English mercer Thomas Mason has earned a strong reputation for producing some of the finest fabrics used to create men’s dress shirts.  The quality of their textiles stems from the use of extra long yarns to make double twisted fabrics, resulting in exceptionally fine cloth.  Over the years, the company has compiled 700 volumes in its historical archive of textile manufacturing, a library that contains a wealth of fabric history that is still drawn on today to innovate new textiles featuring elegance and a touch of delightful eccentricity.  Thomas Mason was integrated into the Albini Group in 1992, and continues to produce distinctive shirting fabrics of incredible quality and style to this day.
Thomas Mason

Drago

This Biella-based textile manufacturer may not have the same history as competitors in the region, having only been founded by the Drago family in 1973, but they’ve certainly done well during their relatively short tenure.  Drago is recognized for producing some of the highest quality wool and cashmere for suit fabrics, thanks largely to their use of only the finest, softest yarn.  This fully-integrated woolen mill currently yields over 1.7 million meters of luxury fabric annually and maintains a strong international presence through global exports.
Drago

Angelico

Founded by Giuseppe Angelico in the 1950s, this Italian woolen mill holds prominence, even among the many fine textile manufacturers native to the Biella region.  Through vertical integration, the company controls every aspect of operations, from selection of the finest raw materials, to the complexities of worsting, spinning, warping, and weaving, to the finishing touches that make their luxury textiles so exceptional.  Between their historical Angelico line, which exemplifies the traditional Biella style, and their modern and innovative Ke Ida line, Angelico today produces an estimated 4 million meters of top-quality fabric annually.
Angelico

Reda

In 1865, Italian entrepreneur Carlo Reda founded his woolen mill in the Biella town of Valdilana, where he began producing the luxurious Merino wool that would become the company’s signature textile.  In 1919, the mill was acquired by the Botto Paola family, which continues to own and operate Reda to this day, respecting the traditions on which the company was founded while pushing innovations that improve the quality and appeal of every product.  With top-quality materials and adherence to the authentic craftsmanship that sets Italian fabrics apart, Reda delivers unfailing excellence with every one of their Made in Italy products.
Reda

Solbiati

Since its inception in 1874, this Italian, family-owned company has become an undisputed leader in the textiles industry, best known for their mastery of fine linen production.  In the early 20th century, the company expanded to worldwide exports, and their reputation only grew when they began introducing synthetic fabrics like rayon and viscose in the 1930s.  However, they eventually turned away from synthetics to focus on natural fibers, developing quality, softened linen used in modern, deconstructed suiting today.  Although they produce many fine fabrics, linen is the cornerstone of their world-renowned textile operation.
Solbiati

Ferla

This Trivero company has been in operation for over a century, thanks to their commitment to utilizing only the finest natural fibers to craft their luxurious textiles.  While they retain the hallmarks of quality that fabrics of the Biella region are known for, Ferla has not shied away from creativity when it comes to innovating new processes in luxury textile production.  While the company remains true to its roots, their focus on research has allowed them to cultivate a pioneering perspective that has made them the industry leader they are today.  Ferla is perhaps best known for their outstanding Baby Alpaca, a fabric offering extraordinary softness, beauty, and resilience.
Ferla
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