Eclectic and elegant
Suede represents the perfect mix between the nobility of leather and the versatility of cloth.
This material is a microfiber that earned huge success both in the fashion industry and in those design labs responsible for the most prestigious projects. Extremely soft and resistant, it perfectly suits each curve and fold of the object it covers, while remaining smooth and close-fitting. The range of colours is wide, and the material gently dilutes the tone thanks to its velvet surface.
Classic turns glamour
Suede represents the perfect mix between the nobility of the leather and the versatility of cloth, and the “Paint” option borrows this attitude to be printed with elegant patterns. This material is a microfiber that earned huge success both in the fashion industry and in those design labs responsible for the most prestigious projects. Extremely soft and resistant, it perfectly suits each curve and fold of the object it covers, always remaining smooth and close-fitting. It is available in 4 different maxi patterns.
Chic and nonconformist
The rough textures of this material offer warm and reassuring sensations, stressed by the blended effect of its woven fibers. This is a chic and nonconformist alternative that clearly distances itself from every other option available, evoking natural and handmade trends. The Woven is available in a wide palette that includes warm and burned tones, neutral shades but also pure and neat colours.
Vain of colour
The cover assumes the consistency and precision of an object carved in wood. But it does so lightly through the delicacy of an essence such as maple. Or, better, of a cloth with reflects its light vain. The innate qualities of this brand new material make it the perfect choice for the spine and back, allowing, among other things, ideal combinations with the front panel. The shades available for this collection are inspired by the bon ton of the 1950s and by the vivacity of the 1980s.
A timeless option
Leather is, without a doubt, the most noble choice to complement the book cover. This definition, obtained over the centuries and destined to last for even more, perfectly suits both the classical and the more modern styles. The leather, the soft Nappa and the antique-looking Distressed include a huge palette of colours which has now been expanded even more.