The finest wool comes from merino sheep, а breed, carefully selected in Spain in the 12th century. Today it is bred exclusively in Australia. Throughout the centuries, wool is classified in many different ways, often based on intuition and imagination, rather than actual characteristics. In modern times, the growing market needs led to the adoption of new criteria for assessing the quality of wool.


Silk is a natural fiber protein, some forms of which can be woven to textiles. The most common type of silk is acquired from silkworms, grown in artificial conditions. The shimmering effect of silk, thanks to which it became famous, is due to the form of the fibers – a triangular prism, allowing the silk fabric to reflect light at different angles. Silk garments have the ability to absorb and prevent the damaging UV rays from reaching the skin.


Today, the world uses more cotton than some other fiber. Cotton originates from developed plants of the class Gossypium. They have been developed since Antiquity in light of their filaments utilized as materials. Cotton is a piece of our regular daily existence when we dry our faces on a delicate cotton fabric in the morning until the evening when we lay  in the fresh satisfying cotton sheets . It has a lot of applications such asblue jeans and shoes. The best is its utilization in garment and household products. In our marketplaces you can discover a big choice of brilliant cotton fabrics from Italy and Turkey. The range incorporates things that are suitable for shirts, dresses, pants and denim items.


Lycra is a synthetic elastomer fiber with very high elasticity, resistance to deformation and bending. It is widely used in the production of elastic underwear and socks. Many different elastic fabrics are made from lycra.


Linen is a textile fabric, made from fibers extracted from the stalk of the flax plant. Linen has a very smooth surface with a matte gloss, it is hard to stain, doesn’t turn into fuzzy balls, absorbs water and dries easily. It is suitable for summer cloths. Linen is very resistant to stretching, especially when wet. It is harder than cotton and wrinkles more.


We offer linings with different structures, viscose, acetate, viscose + acetate, polyamide / knitted / made in Italy. Also polyester from China.


Chiffon is light, fine and transparent fabric woven from cotton, silk or synthetic fibers. It is woven from fine, but firmly twisted yarn. Chiffon is difficult to treat, but it falls into ruffles and looks good. Despite its light weight, it is quite strong. It is used for evening dresses, evening shirts, trimmings, scarves and peignoirs.

Eco leather

It is made from fabric or other substrate to which a polymer layer is applied. Eco leather was first obtained in the US in 1963 and one year later the same material was made in Japan. The peculiarity of the proposed technology is the use of polyurethanes, the synthesis of which is more difficult than the preparation of PVC, but the functionality and hygienic quality is much higher. Polyurethane has a high durability and resistance to cold, and a special layer structure creates comfort in contact with skin.


They are produced by intertwining the base fibers and weft fibers in a regular pattern or weave style. The integrity of the tissue is maintained by the mechanical interlocking of the fibers. The surface smoothness and stability of the fabric is primarily determined by the weave style.


Fabric, derived from polyester fibers. Its optical properties depend on the form and further processing. 100% polyester may be a translucent or solid fabric. The appearance and properties of a fabric from polyester fibers depends on the chemical composition of raw materials, shape of the fibers and the type of the fabric. Very often polyester looks and feels like wool, while its properties resemble cotton.


Currently, ever more commonly, synthetic water-repellent materials are used and natural fabrics are further processed.


Textile (knitwear) or finished product of the knitted fabric, the structure of which is connected, as opposed to fabric that is created as a result of the interweaving of two systems of threads (warp and weft), arranged in two mutually perpendicular directions. The fabric is characterized by an elongation, elasticity and softness. In the production of knitted fabrics are used synthetic, cotton, wool and silk fibers or just various combinations, including the addition of elastane