Wool is one of the most widely used and valued natural fibers in the world. It has an extremely ancient origin, but it was not until the Romans that the first rudimentary techniques for processing this fiber began to be developed. The fabric is obtained after several fundamental operations: first shearing the animal, then washing and finally degreasing, resulting in a white, ivory, brown or black fiber, depending on the animal from which it was obtained.
Natural, fine and environmentally conscious wools.
Wool is an animal fiber, obtained from numerous breeds of sheep and non-sheep, depending on need and location. In fact, wool is widely produced in the world, and different types of wool have specialized over time, while maintaining its Natural properties that make it an excellent product, versatile and suitable for all. Mixed with other fibers, such as cotton, or with different types of wool, additional possibilities can be achieved, also suitable for haute couture.