The creativity of the district

Being the creator of fashion requires being able to continuously interpret macro-trends, discover the potential of raw materials, play with colours, confer tactile and chemical-physical properties in step with the tastes and needs of consumers.
Discover the textile designers of Prato and their inspirations

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Raw materials

Raw materials carefully selected for both the winter collection (cashmere, alpaca, etc.) and summer collection (silk, linen, etc.), but above all a unique ability to mix them wisely to get the most out of each of them, in compliance with production standards.
A success story in the reuse of regenerated fibres (starting with wool), but also an intelligent use of renewable artificial fibres (Viscose FSC)

Supply chain

Artisanship but also innovation, industrial manufacturing but also widespread entrepreneurship, cutting-edge technical schools, and universities, but also knowledge handed down for generations: from this happy and unique combination formed over the centuries, a district and a supply chain created textiles that are the reliable and efficient reference point for those who make fashion and clothing all over the world


Textile districts generally represent a source of pollution and environmental degradation, given that they are among the leading industrial sectors for consumption of water resources, emissions into the atmosphere, use of raw materials, release of chemical substances and energy consumption.