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In 1928 Luisa first introduced the use of angora yarn to produce knit garments. From the hair of a particular breed of rabbits (the breeding of which started on the grounds of her villa in Perugia), she obtained a homogeneous and thin yarn with which she began the production of refined and elegant manufactures, obtaining great success in the field of fashion at the time which determined the development of a thriving business and the creation of nearly one hundred jobs.

Until then, the breeding of the Angora rabbit had not interested Italian farmers much. In our country, there was yarn of foreign origins for sale, which when knitted, provided over-sized garments which were barely considered at all.

Luisa Spagnoli Mario Spagnoli Lino Spagnoli Nicoletta Spagnoli