Double Breasted Long Blazer Dress – Made in Italy
Sustainability as a key driver for Innovation 100% Lane Wool Italia
Laniﬁcio F.lli Cerruti 1881 has its roots in the eighteenth century Biella Italy where in 1881 Antonio Cerruti together with two brothers and a cousin found the company, buy the mill and gives rise to the activity on the banks of the river Cervo where the company nowadays is still situated.
Laniﬁcio F.lli Cerruti 1881 is partnering with Wild Foods Italy, a farm in the Umbrian Apennines below Tuscany which produces wool from domestic Sopravvissane sheep, and which has been run by the Francesca family since 1486.
Recovery of textile traditions, female entrepreneurship and research into quality at zero miles.
Production process is 100% local from preparation of raw material to the finished product, 100% made in Biella
Woolmark 100% No Mulesing Wools
The company has taken the route of reducing the use of plastic to become #plastic less, the first step of which was to distribute drinking bottles and introduce water fountains for the employees, free of charge.
Emissions into the Atmosphere: Systems to reduce fumes and particles, so that our emissions pursuant are completely purified to current norms (D.Lgs. 152/06 – Legislative Decree).
Energy Saving: Frequency inverters on the intake and output motors of the ventilation motors to obtain a reduction and optimization of electric energy consumption:
Replacement of the steam generator burners and installation of a heat recovery system using the steam in the South heating system;
Replacement of the steam generators of the North heating system with the introduction of two higher-performance and more technologically-advanced units.
THERE IS NO PLANET B : The company has taken the route of reducing the use of plastic to become #plastic less, the first step of which was to distribute drinking bottles and introduce water fountains for the employees, free of charge.
Then the suit is Made in Puglia Italy where your find trullo (plural, trulli) which is a traditional Apulian dry stone hut with a conical roof but also our family artisans who started in early 70’s uniting ancient local art of clothing manufacturing with the most advanced processing technologies.