Wine vinegar and wheat flour are just some of the ingredients needed to create the process of rust printing, typical of the Romagna tradition. The result is beautiful fabrics, expertly decorated through the use of tiles with rural motifs and bright colors, silent yet joyful companions in the families of the past.
Through the Flora collection we wanted to pay homage to a centuries-old practice, made of poor materials, the wisdom of a bygone age, a taste of home, scents of freedom and conviviality. Natural subjects chase each other within the collection, just as it once was in the fabrics, suggesting views of the countryside with which to embellish the places of one's current life. Leaves, flowers, shrubs, beloved protagonists of a simple life, once carved in pear and walnut molds, skilfully used by women's hands, destined to embellish everyday tools such as towels and tablecloths, now return to a new life.