This Italian jewel, born in 1947, sees us in a Florentine palace, opera dressing rooms, or theatre apron. 

Fadini Borghi is to silk what Braquenié is to cottons. This house, inspired by fabrics brought back from the Orient by explorers during the Renaissance, now offers silk in all its forms: voided velvet, taffetas, damask, lampas, brocardes are illustrated by classical Italian (from the 16th to the 19th centuries), Art Deco or very contemporary patterns, when metal is mixed with silk. Sumptuousness and virtuosity accurately sum up this house bought out by Pierre Frey in 2004 .