The twill used by Maurizio Talarico is produced in France and England. The first is particularly light, with predominantly chain or floral designs, and soft colors. The second, heavier, is printed with the characteristic geometric shapes.
Jacquard silk or heavy silk is produced in Italy and England. It is a fabric characterized by a weft with a minimum of 120 insertions per cm2.
Fabric characterized by the sinuous arrangement assumed by the warp threads. The regular plots create a hexagonal empty space, normally of low density, which guarantees the fabric lightness and stability.
The wool ties by Maurizio Talarico are entirely made of wool produced in Italy by E. Zegna and Loro Piana. Thus guaranteeing that preciousness of an expressly unique yarn.
What is able to better characterize the precious creations that Maurizio Talarico realizes with this kind of fabrics, is the fineness of the warp and the skilful amalgam of the colors, designed to satisfy even the most demanding requests.
Even with this fine yarn Maurizio Talarico manages to guarantee the high quality that characterizes all its products. Linen is the best choice for those who want to ensure a fresh and durable fabric.