The future of Made in Italy
The companies of the group represent the best in the product development phase and will be able to create important synergies to enhance and further develop this Made in Italy luxury production platform.
New acquisitionsFacopel The historic hat factory in Chiesina Uzzanese in the province of Pistoia produces high-quality hats that combine the craftsmanship and tradition of four generations of hatters, combined with innovation and experimentation with new ...
Barbetta, a company from Nardò (LE) founded in 1973 by Luciano Barbetta and his wife Ileana, specializes in the design and production of jersey products, ranging from highly-manufactured clothing to highly technical outerwear. The company, in constant growth over the years, has managed to produce up to 50.000 garments per month for the most prestigious luxury brands and has been able to establish itself among the most excellent examples of “made in Italy” in Puglia.
We are pleased to kick off the new season of Ciemmeci Fashion Leather's artistic-cultural initiatives, which after two years of stoppage due to a pandemic returns to revive beauty in the Art-Space inside the Terrafino headquarters, thanks to the Carrara marble. by Francesco Cremoni.
Florence Group increases its production capacity in the clothing sector through the acquisition of five companies of excellence specialized in niche productions: CAM (BG), Confezioni Elledue (AR), Frediani (TO), Parmamoda (PR) and Pigolotti (PE).
Metaphor, a historic company in the Carpi textile district, produces high-end knitwear for the main international luxury brands, relies on the expertise of 40 highly qualified employees and 40 latest generation weaving machines.
Antica Valserchio has over 70 years of history in the production of fabrics for accessories, clothing and furnishings for the most important brands of the international fashion system.
Gruppo Florence chooses 4SUSTAINABILITY®, the system and brand that certifies the sustainability performance of the fashion & luxury supply chain, to implement its sustainable development strategy.
Emmegi, a historic company specializing in outerwear, founded in 1880 and led by the fourth generation of the Bonacina family, becomes part of the Florence Group.
With the entry of Manifatture Cesari, specialized in the processing of jersey, a further fundamental partner is added to cover the entire range of categories that make up a typical clothing collection.
What are the aims of the Florence Group, what are the companies that have come together to face the new challenges of Made in Italy together? We tell it in the first issue of Florence Magazine.