Our History

TESSILBIELLA was established in 1958, and in the early Nineties, the founder Adriano Crosa was replaced at the helm of the company by his son Paolo, in collaboration with sisters Elena and Federica.

Our sales, style and administrative offices are located in a 5000-square-metre facility in Vigliano Biellese, while production is carried out in various locations in the area. We have our own dyeing and finishing departments.

Our production capacity currently stands at 1,000,000 metres per year.



Our Aims

Our customers – including top Italian and international fashion houses – can count on a reliable, flexible operating team able to combine production capacity with style and quality demands.

We seek to interpret the design and tastes of our times through the culture of tradition and the pursuit of the finest quality.

Plain, patterned and jacquard fabrics for fashion garments created with careful research focusing on the detail of the raw materials. Types: quality wools and noble fibres, silks, cottons, linens mixed with elastomers and technical yarns in all weights for clothing: from outerwear, with bonded, splittable double-face, traditional jacket weights with unusual finishes, technical performance and a sophisticated feel.

Our collection is completed with an exclusive range of classy cashmeres and cashmere/silks.

Our Bespoke Services

Our aim is to guarantee close, on-going collaboration with our customers. Product customisation is the added value we offer.

Customers can count on all our skills and flexible approach to develop “bespoke” fabrics and give free rein to your creativity!

Colours, textures, designs, images and photos can be perfectly reproduced on the fabric surface, and our unlimited range of jacquard wool fabrics is appreciated by top customers worldwide.


Fashion revolution

Tessilbiella, pursuing a policy of ethics and care in the manufacturing of its fabrics, has this year decided to adhere to the Fashion Revolution Week which, on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the unfortunate Rana Plaza event in Bagladesh, where over 1.000 people were killed, implements the transparency in the entire "Italian fashion" supply chain.

We are proud to have the opportunity to participate alongside our customer Suitsupply from Amsterdam with our "I made your fabric" posters.

Fashion revolution