The Bresciani’s story

In 1970 the passionnate and experienced Mario Bresciani set up his factory of self-named socks in Castiglione della Stiviere. Ten years later the company became Calzificio M Bresciani, internationnaly famous for offering excellent quality and design.

In Spirano, in the province of Bergamo, the factory manufactures for the Bresciani brand, but also for other labels such as Brioni or Canali.

Calzificio M Bresciani contributes to the prestige of Italian know-how and is still today a family hosiery run by Fabio and Massimiliano Brescani.

Quality, refinement and attention to detail

Himalaya cashmere and Australian merinos are some of the materials used to provide 120 types of threads. Among them are the famous Scottish lisle threads, made of Egyptian cotton.

12 manual operations combining machinery and craft are carried out after the tubular knitted fabrics have been manufactured. Among them are the darning of the tips and heels and the joining of the two socks by a red thread, which are signatures of the firm.  

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