Giglioli's special embroideries for the first time at Lineapelle


At his first participation in a trade show, Massimo Giglioli, owner of Trapuntificio-Ricamificio Giglioli, told us about his impressions and the new products presented at the latest edition of Lineapelle, which was held last February at FieraMilano Rho. At the fair, the company brought all the experience it has accumulated over the years, first as a quilting mill and later as an embroidery factory, which has made it a historical reality in the Empoli area (Florence) and a point of reference for the luxury supply chain.


"I have been working in this company for more than 25 years, and until now the fairs have seen us only as spectators," explains owner Massimo Giglioli. "There has always been a desire to participate as protagonists: the decisive push came from the recent collaboration with Italiana Accessori, which has always taken part instead. I am happy with how it went: those who visited our booth seemed very impressed by the samples we presented and we found great interest, in addition to having had the opportunity to meet representatives of all the major Made in Italy brands."


What were the main innovations you presented?
"Perhaps the most important one was precisely the collaboration with Italiana Accessori, which shared the booth with us. A collaboration that joins many other partnerships that have matured and developed over the years. Our new special embroidery processes, with sequins, beads, webbing and cords, together with such collaborations, allow us to offer customers practically all the solutions one could ask for on a garment or leather goods item."


What is your main core business?
"The company began as a quilting mill, but we have also been involved in embroidery for fifteen years now.What differentiates us from others in the industry is precisely the fact that we are a company equipped internally with both a quilting and embroidery laboratory.


And thanks to the special embroidery machines we have equipped ourselves with in recent years, with which we can also carry out, precisely, special work, today we can say that our core business is stitching in general, of all kinds!


Participation in Lineapelle was useful precisely in this sense: our name is historically linked to quilting, but at the fair we were able to highlight our advanced skills on all types of embroidery as well."

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