Biella Textile Workshop Mens Collection AW 22/23
NEW! Biella Textile Workshop Mens Collection AW 22/23
A brand new inspiration book for men's fashion, filled with motifs, colors, textiles and ideas from the best Italian fabric manufacturers on 120 pages of trend inspiration
The BIELLA trend books are filled with textile color samples that show the AW 22/23 trends, prints and colors for men's jackets, as well as lots of new inspiration for men's fashion, new fabrics and fashion colors, all woven in the most delicious Italian fabric.
A superb and different trend book for men, characterized by an unsurpassed reproduction fidelity of textiles (including the effects of finishing, milling, shadow, etc.), which allows to visualize your product in its finished quality in a very short time, without had to produce a rug and with impressive realism, every single design and every single color variance, to make any changes. So you can therefore only choose to produce the styles you find interesting that the company finds convincing and highly salable, which will result in a great saving in money and time.
1) General description of the season's trends, mood and feeling for men's fashion
2) Approximately 400 color samples divided into 4 themes: classic jacket, formula, men's fashion and trend jackets.
3) Suggestions for trend colors for each theme. Each color with Pantone reference.
An extremely delicious men's trend book, filled with material samples from the most important Italian companies (mainly Milan, Varese and Como), which represent the worldwide trends in men's fashion.
The entire book collection of textiles can be reproduced using Biella Textile. Here you will be informed about the yarn and the color card from the company that supplied the fabric. If this is desired, it entails an additional fee.
The costs are agreed according to the above specification and in relation to the size and quantity of the collection.
ABOUT the designer behind the Biella Men´s Collection.
Giorgio Marinoni was born in Pollone (Biella / Italy) in 1956. His penchant for design and art, which was already present in primary school, led him to participate in the textile section of the Istituto Tecnico Industriale Q. Sella in Biella, where in 1977 he became awarded diploma for textile technician and designer.
He started his working career as an assistant in Lanificio Ermenegildo Zegna in Trivero. In 1981, he left Zegna and moved to the Fratelli Garlanda Company to design fabric clothing for men's clothing until 1986. He was called to Lanificio Cerruti in 1881 and continued his work experience for three years supporting stylist Nino Cerruti.
He then worked as a designer at Lanificio di Tollegno until 1991, when he was called to lead a small but dynamic company (Moda Biella) in charge of the collection for men's and women's clothing fabrics.
The Biella Textile Trend Books started in 2002 with ideas from Giorgio Marinoni, with a view to combining the publication of fashion trend books with the design of clothing collections.