Supima cotton twofold shirt, with round barrel cuffs and italian collar - Thomas Mason
made of Albini fabrics. The
, established in 1876 in Albino (Bergamo, remains a family business that today is represented by the fifth generation led by Silvio, Fabio, Andrea and Stefano Albini The active presence of the family forms the basis for a broad view of business success. Business continuity ensures longterm orientation, a strong attachment to the product and an ethical engagement.
uses the best raw materials, does continuously stylistic research. The Italian taste for fashion and the passion for quality stand for everything Cotonificio Albini brings. Since 1872 the Italian company Albini manufactures top quality fabrics with an unique design. For example the Piumino 100/120 series from Albini is made of the finest
Egyptian Cotton of the type Giza87
, distinguished by the long fibers, durability and finesse. For the best fabrics Giza45 and Giza87 are used, these are the best cottons from Egypt. The many years of expertise in the area of cotton in combination with state-of-the-art makes it possible for Albini to weave those precious fibres to the most beautiful light-weight fabrics. The fabrics make the wearer feel as ‘wrapped’ by luxury. The Giza is the best Egyptian cotton that is used as raw material. This cotton comes from the plantations near by the Nile in Kafr El Sheikh, Egypt. The
uses this cotton for their showpiece “Thomas Mason”. The more frequent the shirts are washed, the softer the fabric, but strength and color retain.
DAVID & JOHN ANDERSON ( ALBINI GROUP)
shirts are available. History: The Anderson family have been manufacturers of coloured cotton since the 18th century. The firm itself was founded in Glasgow, in the year 1822, by David Anderson. The fabric is made from two-for-one twisted yarn with a count of NE 300/2, the finest ever produced in the world, with a strength below 100 grams. The best extra-long staple Egyptian Giza45 cotton is used as the raw material, from plantations cultivated in a small area east of the Nile Delta - Kafir S’Ad - representing just 0.4% of Egypt's total cotton production. To obtain the 300/2 count, we select the finest Giza45 bales and pick those with the best qualities. We look for the utmost fineness, length and strength and just 2% of the Giza45 bales we examine meet these specifications.