In 1881, Antonio Cerruti founded a weaving workshop in Biella, an Italian town renowned for its rich heritage and quality wool and fabric production. They were barely off the ground, and the weaving workshops created by the Cerruti brothers in 1881 were already reputed for their quality. For more than a century, they have remained faithful to this tradition of excellence, seamlessly combining creativity and technology. Under the guidance of Nino Cerruti, the Piomontaise woolen workshop became a center of research, producing numerous technical advances to create new threads of an incomparable finesse, such as the super 100 (1kilogram for 100 km of thread), now a classic, followed by the 120, 150, 180, up to 210.


From these roots, the Cerruti name has expanded from luxurious fabric to acclaimed fashion without ever losing sight of its core values emphasizing quality and style, craftsmanship and technology.