Highly prestigious materials such as percale cotton, fine cotton satin, linen, satin, the purest silk or silk combined with linen or cotton, expertly chosen by Fazzini for the Fazzini Atelier, they are all protagonists of a sustainable lifestyle.
Fabrics, Ecolabel-certified, interpreted in timeless and contemporary shades which add life to products for the bedroom, reveal complex construction and fine finishes, such as yarn-dyed jacquard and hem stitching.
With this project the company has created ample room for personalisation and the possibility to customise each product in terms of size, so as to be able to satisfy everyone’s sleeping requirements. In addition, with the monogramming service, pillowcases and bathroom robes are embroidered for that unique finishing touch.
The first collections from this new line are inspired by Milan as the epicentre of production and cultural dynamic energy in Lombardy, where Fazzini was founded in 1976.
Constructed according to the jacquard technique, the collection references the world of tapestries and boasts a tone-on-tone damask design in grey and cream. Weightless, pure silk pays homage to the charm of Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the quintessential Milanese social hub.
This 250TC percale cotton collection made of fine Pima cotton, boasts famous angel-skin softness. The sheet features a double flounce and matches white with colours of the season. The duvet cover is reversible and the atmosphere is enriched by a personalised pillow case – an italicised letter which echoes of trousseaus of yesteryear.
Made of 1000TC cotton satin, complicated to produce, particularly fine and hard-wearing, the fabric is composed of extremely fine yarns woven together on a loom, one thousand threads per square inch. Available in white and off-white
Traditional Lombard manufacturing of 600TC jacquard is represented by CITY LIFE, two different yarns in the weave create a geometric texture on the duvet cover which echoes the architecture of this new district in Milan. Available in grey, pink or taupe, the cover is also reversible.
Made of silk and linen, the sheet features a flounce made of finely worked jacquard, the stylised geometric pattern references the gothic language found in Milan Cathedral, as well as certain patterns from the art déco period.