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Ermenegildo Zegna

Ermenegildo Zegna is an Italian manufacturer of premium suiting, coating and shirting fabrics. Its modern designs are in sync with quick-changing fashion trends, while the use of innovative technologies allows the brand to create outstanding cloths.

The Italian company supplies high quality cashmere, silk and linen blends, as well as luxury vicuna. It uses the world’s finest Australian wool to produce Trofeo, 15milmil15, Electa and Traveller collections, ideal for men’s wardrobe.

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Cashmere & Silk #1
Cashmere & Silk
SKU: 00046824
US$ 439
This suiting fabric in heather aubergine is a luxurious blend of lightweight cashmere and smooth silk. The Italian masters constructed this fabric using superfine cashmere fibers only.
Worsted Wool #1
Worsted Wool
SKU: 00067225
US$ 147
This worsted wool fabric features a tartan check pattern in dark shades of brown and blue. Soft like flannel, it is inspired by the Zegna archives and fabric characteristics popular in the 30s.
Double Faced Tweed #1
Double Faced Tweed
SKU: 00046812
US$ 207
This revolutionary double faced tweed fabric is a combination of worsted wool, silk, linen and cashmere. The face side is heather purple, while the reverse side is deeper in color.
Worsted Wool #1
Worsted Wool
SKU: 00067219
US$ 194
This worsted wool fabric features a dark blue color. Durable and resilient, it is made of high quality, long-staple merino wool sourced from Australia.
Silk Rainwear Fabric #1
Silk Rainwear Fabric
SKU: 00067213
US$ 132
This fine silk fabric features a black color. With a silky smooth finish and a gorgeous sheen, it is designed specially for raincoats.
Worsted Wool #1
Worsted Wool
SKU: 00067226
US$ 147
This worsted wool fabric features a tartan check pattern in dark shades of burgundy and blue. Soft like flannel, it is inspired by the Zegna archives and fabric characteristics popular in the 30s.