All this to make Carlo Riva fabrics unique in terms of comfort, evoking the softness of cashmere and the most precious silk.
Fermo Fossati 1871 is the oldest silk manufacturing in Italy, third in Europe by birth, preceded only by the English Vanners and Stephen Walters & Sons Ltd. Born in 1856 in Binago (VA), Fermo Fossati (at the time Ambrogio Fossati company ) is the first weaving for ties made in Italy
Carlo Riva mostly produces sophisticated shirting fabrics, which – because of their quality and distinctiveness – also lend themselves to the manufacturing of top-range garments for the prêt-à-porter industry, for both men and women, such as jackets, trousers, pyjamas and shirt-dresses.
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