Monti is an Italian company founded by Evaristo, Venerio and Bruno Monti in 1911. It has opened plants in India and Czech Republic some time ago, but these plants maintain the same quality standards as Italian manufacturing facilities. Nowadays Monti shirtings are woven in Italy, India and Czech Republic. Monti mills produce a very wide range of 1-ply and 2-ply cotton fabrics and cotton + wool, linen + cotton and 100% French linen fabrics. Stretch cotton shirtings are available too. Monti fabrics comply with Oeko-Tex Standard 100.
Some Monti fabrics are made of extra-long staple Egyptian cotton (sometimes Giza 45) and (very rarely) certified Sea Island cotton. Yarn numbers: 80’s – 200’s. Weaves: poplin, twill, herringbone, dobby, oxford, zephyr, panama. Patterns: checks, stripes, polka dots, paisley, floral and fancy patterns. Of course, there are lots of solid colour shirtings too. More than 4000 fabrics are available. Check Prince Rose range for the finest shirtings (Giza 45 and Sea Island, 140/2 – 200/2).
Monti fabric. 100% Egyptian cotton. 200/2.
Monti fabrics are used by Banana Republic, Budd, Hugo Boss, J.Hilburn, Ledbury, Neronote, Paul Smith, Prada, Suitsupply, Thomas Pink, Xacus and lots of other brands.