WOVEN WOOL/SILK

32.00

SKU

SERI-0005-GREY-1

Material

Characteristics

Country

Italy

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Studio Masachuka Limited was founded by Japanese-born garment maker Masahiko Morikawa. As clothing makers, they utilize a variety of tools and materials on a daily basis. They meticulously select the finest tools from Japan for their products, allowing them to confidently offer what they use every day.

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Founded in 1996 by a collective of entrepreneurs, Gruppocinque is a textile company based in Como, renowned for its production of woven and jacquard fabrics. With the advantage of having direct control over a state of the art set of woven and jacquard looms, the company quickly grew and invested in building a network of the best local production partners, finishing and dyeing facilities.

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Libeco has a rich history dating back to 1858, being originally established as a trading house in Kortrijk and later relocating to Meulebeke upon the establishment of their weaving mill. They have gained recognition for their dobby woven textiles, which find applications in interior design and fashion.

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Raddis® is a “SYSTEM-BRAND” and stands for Radically Disruptive. The Raddis®System is actively reshaping the textile supply chain into value networks – from seed to finished product. This innovative hybrid collaboration model has been initiated by the GVK Society – a forward-thinking impact organization that combines entrepreneurship with social responsibility aiming to create market-driven regenerative value networks. The Raddis®System directly collaborates with indigenous smallholder farmers in the Eastern Ghats of South India, with a focus on women’s empowerment in regenerative food and fiber landscape that utilizes Raddis®Cotton as an accelerator of multiple positive impacts.

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Shimogawa Orimono is a Japanese heritage manufacturer with over 73 years of experience. They are known for contributing to the international recognition of Kasuri, a traditional Japanese fabric which has been woven with fibers dyed specifically to create patterns and images in the fabric. The company is actively facilitating collaborations with textile designers, fashion houses and artists outside of Japan, adapting the traditional technique to the clothing designers’ creative requirements.

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MOTIF is a heritage fabric producer with over 20 years of experience. They specialize in helping designers create their own signature, sustainably sourced fabrics through training and access to their well established network of loyal, fair trade certified artisans in Bangladesh. MOTIF’s sustainable fabrics are hand woven with yarn recycled from local garment factory waste, GOTS organic cotton, and other natural materials.

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Serica was founded in 1870 in Follina, located in the region of Venice, which has been famous for its silk production ever since the time of Marco Polo. What originated as a spinning mill in the 1940s evolved into a weaving mill which serviced a number of third parties clients in their supply chain. It later expanded its business to offer the sale of fully finished fabrics. Today, the company is part of a group composed of a weaving facility in Follina and a finishing facility in Como – the current-day silk printing district of Italy.

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Lanificio Paoletti was founded in 1795, in the historic village of Follina, where the skill of wool-making was introduced during the Middle Ages by Cistercian monks’ masters of fulling, a technique to wash and felt woolen cloth. Today, the mill is one of the oldest textile companies worldwide and is run by Paolo and Marco, the tenth generation of the Paoletti family. Paoletti specializes in a vertically integrated process for carded wool production, utilizing carding, spinning, twisting, warping, and weaving machinery.

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Maggia is a family owned and operated knitting mill that was founded in the 18th century, in Biella, a famous Italian textile hub. The company specializes in the manufacturing of knit fabrics on circular looms for the high-end and luxury fashion sectors, in which they are a leading supplier for top Italian and international fashion labels.

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Bernasconi Biseta is a family-owned company founded in 1985, in the silk district of Como, one of the main silk production hubs in the world. Unlike most companies in the district, which predominantly focus on printed silk fabrics, Bernasconi specializes in the production of high-quality Jacquard fabrics. Originally working as a supplier for other Italian textile companies, Bernasconi has changed direction in recent years – now working directly with the creative offices of major international high-end fashion brands.

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