Our Story

Ipotesi was born in 2010 and is a textile converter based in the Como district and it is integrated in a large industrial group that with passion and know-how works with their clients to provide the best tailored service.

Ipotesi offers a wide range of products and services, from own textile collections filled with a combination of printed, plain, knitted and woven fabrics, to drawing proposals and development of exclusive ones. The company can also produce hemmed and labelled printed scarves, foulards and pochettes in different composition and sizes. All productions are inspected by a quality control center, that is in charge of the measurement and control of the fabric with detailed reports on any imperfections according to the previously agreed quality standards. Chemical, physical and mechanical analysis are carried out on demand in a certified laboratory.

The industrial group where Ipotesi is rooted can provide a full service of manufacturing and textile processing with a special and constant attention to the acquisition of new systems, technologies and machinery, guaranteeing a constant improvement in quality and services. Flexibility, know-how in printing and finishing and an advanced ink-jet department enable the group to produce handcraft products as well as large commercial orders. The group is commitment to sustainability and fully certified. Moreover, it currently partners with Process Factory to adopt the Chemical Management 4sustainability® Protocol for the implementation of the ZDHC MRSL to meet high standards and make available to their clients, fabrics with reduced environmental impact. The industrial capacity is 60.000 meters per day of united fabrics, 70.000 meters per day of traditional printed fabrics and from 10.000 to 25.000 meters of digital printed fabrics depending on the type of article and design.

Ipotesi has at its disposal a wide archive of drawings (both digital and print) used to inspire and satisfy every client’s need as well as to allow them to start a fascinating journey between fabrics and prints. The Archive is only available to the clients to be consulted and find inspiration for their collections.