THE FUMAGALLI 1891 HISTORY
History is a great present, and never just a past.(Source historic images: Fumagalli archive)
Fumagalli & Pianca weaving mill started its operational in Milan, under the leadership of Germano Fumagalli.
In Milan, during the industrious Belle Epoque, Attilio Fumagalli, driven by the desire to create a high quality product and with a great family textile tradition, started the production of ties in gauze and dressing gowns in silk. The factory workrooms is located at Via Sirtori 22 - Milano.
The famous golden years: the desire for freedom, rebirth and optimism. The clothes follows the rules of art; simplicity, straight lines, soft and innovative fabrics, such as rayon, are dominating. A man with class wears Fumagalli.'
The world of fashion is revolutionized by the movies and the use of cars. Everything becomes more faster and more dynamic. The new trend is starching shirt collars, and embellishing with a pretty bow-tie, of course made by Fumagalli. The factory is expanding..
FUMAGALLI LIKE AN EXAMPLE OF MADE IN ITALY IN THE WORLD
The challenge of post-war makes it more special. The Fumagalli sales network is extended worldwide.
THE BEGIN OF FASHION TRENDS
The Fumagalli tie becomes an object of art, giving rise to greater creativity and the research for new fabrics, weaves and colors.
TO COMO LAKE
Paolo Fumagalli, nephew to Attilio the founder, meets Guido Delli Fiori, who, from a family background of exclusive traditional clothing, proves top be the ideal partner to meet new challenges imposed by the market and expand the international distribution. The headquarters is moved to Como