Clerici Tessuto history shows continuous renewal, innovation and new challenges to overcome.
Founded in 1922 by Rachele Clerici and Alessandro Tessuto as a company for trading in silk fabrics.
Foundation of the Grandate factory.
The post-war period is characterized by a growth of the company, thanks to investments to serve the main Italian and French fashion houses and to the specialization in yarn-dyed and jacquard fabrics.
Alessandro Tessuto (third generation) introduces high-level printed fabrics.
The group diversifies its business by producing fabrics for men’s accessories and furnishings.
With the beginning of the new century, the Group enters the industry and retail market with the Guest and New Tess divisions and verticalizes the digital printing with the acquisition of Sara Ink.
The company enters the beachwear and resortwear market and acquires the brand BROCHIER, as home furnishing fabric editor.
Creation of the Filo d’Oro network, a group of textile companies integrated in a unique value chain.
The Group implements the new corporate sustainability strategy and enters into the segment of menswear fabrics, with the TEX HOMME collection.
Acquisition of the Larusmiani Tessuti brand license, for the production and marketing of men’s drapery.
Agreement with Parley for the Oceans to manufacture luxury fabrics using GRS-certified polyester yarns created using plastic pollution collected from oceans.
Clerici Tessuto, now in its third generation, celebrates 100 years since its foundation.