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A weaver in time saves nine

A weaver in time saves nine

The production of high quality silk fabrics in Venice restarted in the 19th century: here’s why and who were the weavers who made it possible

Gallery sweet Gallery

Gallery sweet Gallery

The inhouse gallery Dimoregallery in Milan sells vintage furniture with a modern style, as the Breuer chair covered in Bevilacqua’s leopard velvet fabric

The fair silk way

The fair silk way

On June 17th, 2015, in Padua, a new cluster of enterprises was presented to the public, which has managed to breath new life into the production of silk in Italy

The magic of theatre

The magic of theatre

For his adaptation of Gounod’s Faust Stefano Poda drew his inspiration from clothing items by prominent stylists such as Dolce & Gabbana and Christian Dior

Painted fabrics

Painted fabrics

Take a look at the Portrait of Signora Vighi by Cagnaccio di San Pietro and you’ll find a surprise. Or rather, two

Wrapped up in damask

Wrapped up in damask

Can fabrics for upholstery and curtains be used on fashion clothes and accessories, too? Bevilacqua Pizzinato has an answer: yes, they can

A magic timeless place

A magic timeless place

The “Anonymous Venetian” movie was released in 1970 and is set in Venice and in many of its most meaningful places, among which the Tessiture Bevilacqua

The flowers of Art

The flowers of Art

From the Arts and Crafts movement, Art-Nouveau artists drew their will to save the beauty of art and handicraft from the standardisation of industrial mass production.

La Gagiandra: when waste becomes fashion

La Gagiandra: when waste becomes fashion

At La Gagiandra even production waste can turn out to be useful. Now a part of this collection is made with Tessitura Bevilacqua’s and Fortuny’s textile waste

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