Our work begins with the careful selection of raw materials. We take regenerated fibers from clothing items that have been completely broken down. We also use virgin fibers to create high-quality products. In some cases, we combine fibers to produce more resistant fabrics. Before choosing the raw materials, whether virgin or regenerated, we check the fiber to assure that it meets our quality standards; if so, we go on to process it into yarn.

We use the following virgin fibers:

Alpaca: This natural fiber is light-weight, soft and durable. Compared to classic wool it is warmer; it “stings” less and is hypoallergenic. It is water-repellent and is unlikely to burn in its natural state. This is a multi-functional fiber that can be used to create products for a variety of purposes, from refined, soft items to warm, structured articles. To produce it, we follow the same production stages as for other fibers: selection, preparation, spinning, weaving and finishing, carefully checking the product at each step. Alpaca hair is unique: it allows us to create high-quality fabrics with these characteristics:

  • Fineness: light and soft fabrics. 
  • Luster: the shininess of the fiber is apparent in our fabrics. 
  • Elasticity: allows the fabric to preserve its proper shape even after severe twisting operations.

Mohair: yarn made from the hair of the Angora goat. This fiber is durable and resistant; it stands apart from other fibers because of its intense luster. We use it in its pure form or mixed with other fibers to obtain high-quality fabric with perfect texture. On the strength of its insulating features, it lends warmth in the winter months, which makes it suitable for producing overcoats and other heavy clothing. At the same time, thanks to its ability to absorb humidity, it can be used as a light-weight fabric to produce summer clothes. It is durable, elastic and fire-resistant, and ranks among the highest-quality fibers. The length of this fiber allows us to produce fabrics with these characteristics:

  • Resistance: fabrics are durable.
  • Refinement: fabrics have a luster effect, with natural reflections. 
  • Insulating: fabrics absorb humidity.

Cashmere: this fiber is obtained by processing the hairs of the Hircus Goat, which inhabits the Tibetan plateaus of the Himalayan region and is also found in Mongolia. This animal produces a particular wool, which is fine, soft and warm; we choose this fiber to produce fabrics of the highest quality. If they pass our quality control inspections, the selected fibers go on to the spinning and weaving stages. Using cashmere fibers enables us to produce fabrics which are very soft, warm and isothermal. These features allow us to create products with these characteristics:

  • Softness: contact with the skin is soft and delicate. 
  • Temperature control: as fabrics maintain their temperature, they are well suited for producing both winter and summer clothing.
  • Absorbent: fabrics can breathe and absorb humidity. 
  • Antistatic: fabrics do not attract static electricity and do not gather dust.
  • Adaptable to moisture: when moistened, the fibers react by loosening, such that the fabric remains very soft.

Sheep’s wool: we make broad use of this natural fiber, both in its pure form and mixed with other fibers. It is soft, elastic and absorbent and has insulating properties. Fabrics produced with this material have these characteristics:

  • Absorbent: fabrics absorb and hold humidity up to 30% of their weight, without giving the sensation of being moist.
  • Natural flexibility: our fabrics can be subjected to severe stretching and twisting without losing their original shape. 
  • Antistatic: fabrics are not charged with static electricity and do not attract or gather dust.
  • Insulating: our fabrics lend themselves to the production of winter and summer clothing. The fiber contains keratin, giving it high insulation capacity and rendering our fabrics natural and resistant. 

We use the following regenerated fibers:

Wool: Clothing articles are collected, selected and torn, and all synthetic elements are removed. The wads are then divided by color and material. We carefully check the fiber before converting it into yarn. During the production process, we reduce the use of water, energy, chemical dyes and CO2 emissions into the environment.

Regenerated cashmere: the production of this fiber follows the same process. We collect cashmere clothing articles and convert them into new fabrics, thus reducing the impact on the ecosystem. Regenerated cashmere fabrics are soft and warm to the touch. Their production involves less use of chemical agents, energy and water with respect to the manufacture of virgin fibers.

Our regenerated fabrics preserve the same characteristics:

  • Resistance: fabrics are durable.
  • Temperature control: as fabrics maintain their temperature, they are well suited for producing both winter and summer clothing.
  • Softness: the fabric is soft, and contact with the skin is delicate.
  • Antistatic: fabrics do not attract static electricity and do not gather dust.

We reduce our environmental impact in every stage of the production cycle. We carefully check regenerated and virgin fibers before processing them. We scrupulously select the clothing articles to be converted first into fiber and then into new fabrics. We verify the life cycles and provenance of animals to ensure that our quality fabrics are produced in respect of ecological balance.

Careful controls at every stage of the production cycle allow us to create sustainable fabrics of high, reproducible quality.