Ratti presented its new Autumn/Winter 2016/17 Menswear fabric collections of printed and yarn dyed fabrics. Much attention was devoted to “Made in Ratti”, the men’s fashion fabric collection specially designed to offer new suggestions, ideas and inspirations to Ratti’s top customers.
For its new website, Ratti has opted for the artistic talent of Bruno Aveillan, one of the most distinguished and sought after visual storytellers in the world.
The French filmmaker has taken the photoshoot and made the 4-minute “Magic Ratti” short on the magic of reality.
Textiles and botany, silk and gardens, dresses and flowers: the exhibition “The Silk Gardens of Como. Textiles, Fashion and Botany”, organized by the Fondazione Antonio Ratti and the Comune di Cernobbio, celebrates the beauty of nature and of textile creations.
The collection includes a ‘day’ offering of scarves, stoles and shawls in precious fabrics.
Givenchy signed a new licensing agreement with Ratti Group for the production and distribution of Men’s and Women’s Textile Accessories starting from the Fall/Winter 2015 collection.
More printed fabrics, less electricity, methane consumption and waste water: Ratti has successfully integrated energy efficiency into its business strategy.
Young designers who participated in the Looking for Designers project will continue training in Ratti and in other companies of the Marzotto Group
Innovative and more cosmopolitan: from April 27 to 29, Ratti’s new collection of furnishing fabrics will be presented at Proposte 2015, the world preview of furnishing fabrics and curtains.
Last January, the Fondazione Antonio Ratti, in collaboration with Ratti S.p.A., launched a project for a range of limited edition accessories designed by artists.
Two years after the acquisition, the cataloguing of the archive of Suzanne Janine and Jean Peltier – two French artists who were active from 1930 to 1980 – is now complete.