Top 3 Luxury Silk Suppliers from Italy
Italian silk fabric has many faces. The sheerest one is chiffon, a soft and delicate cloth often chosen for spring/summer. The heaviest silk is double faced satin, smooth and lustrous on both sides. Crepe, georgette and organza are among other popular silk materials produced in Italy. The best place to celebrate the excellence of Italian silk is the Museum of Silk, opened to public in Como, Italy in 1985.
Premium silk fabrics are manufactured on high-tech equipment. Among the world’s leading Italian suppliers are:
- Ruffo Coli,
- Luigi Verga.
These factories offer exclusive silk cloths in a vast range of solid colors, prints and widths.
Italian Silk Prints
Silk screen printing is one of the most popular techniques to apply colors. Such prints are long-lasting and resistant to fading. Italian silk prints are as various as one can imagine. From trendy botanicals to florals, from stripes to checks, from animals to abstract figures, from paisley to polka dots – the sky is the limit.
The spring/summer 2017 fashion collections show that the winner is stripes, both vertical and horizontal. The second place belongs to flowers – from gorgeous blossoms covering the whole fabric to hundreds of tiny flowers scattering all over the cloth. Gingham checks and glen plaids are also among the favourites in 2017.
The Italian silk fabric range at Tissura Collection is subdivided into taffeta fabrics, chiffon fabrics, organza fabrics, lining fabrics and many more types and designs.
Tissura offers a large collection of silk fabrics from Italy, specially selected for all silk devotees out there. Available both in solid colors and in vibrant prints, they are sold by running metre in various widths. The online catalog includes hundreds of silk chiffons, organzas, taffetas, satins and georgettes that you can buy for an everyday wardrobe or a special occasion. Tissura provides worldwide delivery for every single client, no matter where you live. Browse our extensive range of solid and printed Italian silk fabrics to stay on the verge of fashion.