Brand Overview

In the 1960s, the famous Italian designer MERZANI created the brand DINO FILARTE, which became a brand of high-grade customized fabric.
While inheriting the brand concept of his father, GIACOMO incorporated the concept of "natural, eco-friendly" and perfectly interpreted classics and fashion, tradition and modernity. DINO FILARTE reflects people's change in dressing in the past nearly half a century.
After half a century's development, DINO FILARTE has now become a stable supplier of famous brands including PRADA, VERSACE and ERMENEGILDOZEGNADENG.

Our History

In 1960, the textile industry of BIELLA in Italy entered a golden period of development. Having great insight into the prospect of textile industry, the famous designer Mr. MARZANI created the brand DINO FILARTE, which later became a brand of high-grade customized fabric.
In 1980, GIACOMO, the son of MARZANI, was admitted to Italy's famous textile school I.T.I.S. QUINTINO SELLA. Later he was employed by a famous Italian textile enterprise "LANIFICIO FILA". His unique insight into color, fashion and trend helped him establish his position in the field of textile design in Italy. Later, GIACOMO acted as chief designer of the most famous Italian textile brands BARBERIS CANONICO and ZEGNA. In 1996, Italy's most promising designer GIACOMO took over the brand FILARTE from his father, and became the CEO and chief designer of the brand. While inheriting the product design concept of his father, GIACOMO introduced the concept "natural, eco-friendly" and perfectly interpreted the connotation of classics and fashion.
DINO FILARTE is an embodiment of the emotion, culture and customs of Italians in the past nearly half a century, fully reflecting the style of Italy.
Brand Concept
A world-class fabric brand that highlights high quality and courteous service

Brand Advantage

Raw Material
The Extrafine Merino Wool of Australia designed completely according to European standards (Super110/S and above) is purchased twice a year through public bidding (limited to European brands).
European standards-compliant wool: more expensive than common
Australian wool used domestically due to large fiber length, good uniformity and great single fiber strength.