“Fabrics that bestow naturalness upon elegance. Since 1663.”


The “quinternetto delle taglie” dates to 1663, and amounts to a particularly significant historical document for the Barberis Canonico family. It describes Ajmo Barbero’s sale of a “saia grisa” to the Duke of Savoia, and is essentially the first official document testifying to the company’s wool mill activities.

Thanks to the high quality of the fabrics it was producing, the mill began to export successfully on an international scale.

2013 marked the 350th anniversary of the company’s wool mill activities, permitting it to become a member of Les Hénokiens, an international association that brings together family-run companies that have been active for at least two centuries. Vitale Barberis Canonico continues to remain true to its origins and, by creatively renewing itself over time, never stops drawing inspiration from its historical archive, a distillation of excellence that inspires the company’s present and future.


Learn more about Vitale Barberis Canonico here.



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