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In 1842, the family business Dormeuil saw the light of day with one goal in mind; introducing the French market for English quality wool. The house of Dormeuil quickly developed into a leading supplier of luxury fabrics and over the years has developed countless timeless and iconic fabrics to build up a reputation for true excellence.

Today, Dormeuil’s fabrics are produced in England and Italy, and they have solidified their position among the elite with timeless British elegance.


Vitale Barberis Canonico represents 350 years of premium Italian textile. The company is based off Biella in northern Italy and has built up a reputation for comfort, character and quality. What makes Vitale Barberis Canonico fabrics special is the attention to detail and the strong focus on quality.

Vitale Barberis Canonico is vertically integrated, so the factory can monitor every step of wool production, from the sheep to the shelf.


Originally from Trivero in northern Italy, the Loro Piana family started as sellers of woolen fabrics. Throughout the 19th century, the Loro Piana family developed a reputable network as textile suppliers, before eventually founding a wool factory themselves in the Italian village of Quarona.

Today, Loro Piana (owned by the Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy Group – LVMH) is not only a supplier of some of the world’s finest tailoring fabrics, but also the largest manufacturer of cashmere in the world and a real name in luxury fashion.


The fabric factory Ermenegildo Zegna is a well-known name in the luxury segment. The company focuses on producing high quality wool, cashmere and mohair fabrics – In other words, the best that can possibly be when it comes to precious fibers.

Since its formation in 1910, four generations of the Zegna family have led the success in textiles, and carefully balanced science with nature and craftsmanship with technology.


The Reda story begins in 1865 with the founding of the historic wool factory in Valle Mosso (in the Piedmont region of Italy) by the local entrepreneur Carlo Reda. In 1919, the Botto Poala brothers bought the historic wool factory, which marked the beginning of a long road that has made Reda, with its high-quality Italian-produced merino wool textiles, a global institution in the textile industry.