“What is this beautiful fabric called?” I asked my father when I was a kid.
“Gabrio, that is not fabric, it is called cashmere and it is obtained from the hair of a particular species of goat living on the Mongolian plateaus”.
“How many goats does it take to make a jumper?”
“More or less you would need to shear three goats!That’s why it is worth so much.”
“Wow! What a story this cashmere has! It must mean it’s precious” I thought…
Our story began in the family wool mill, amongst the smell of fabrics and the incessant rhythm of the looms.
It is here that my father Saverio learnt the secrets of this craft, directly from the hands of my grandfather.
I carried on the family tradition, and I began to produce high-quality cashmere items..
Here we work “as in the olden days”, being true to those values and skills that have been thoughtfully thought us, respecting every artisan and the natural material we use.
I like beautiful things made as they once were, with attention to every type of innovation: these are the ingredients that I put in my work, together with a great passion and dedication