THE APPEAL OF EMBROIDERY
For fifty years, Lusi has been leading the way in the world of embroidery, thanks to its uniqueness and research.
TRADITION & INNOVATION
The History of Lusi dates back over fifty years. It began in 1964, in Cardano al Campo in the heart of the Varese textile district. Luciana and Silvio Tubaldo, decided to expand and research even further their already established years of experience in the embroidery industry and founded their own company, Ricamificio Tubaldo.
A family business that focused on quality and creativity, the “Made in Italy” concept, the excellence of artisanship that characterises the industrial district. Driven by a strongly growing market, in 1982, the company became Ricamificio Lusi, the acronym of the names of the two founders. Today, with about twenty employees, Lusi continues the family tradition with the second generation: Alberto, AnnaChiara and Andrea Tubaldo.
STRATEGIES & MARKETS
Over the years, it has consolidated its presence in the Italian, European and International markets. Relying on high-quality workmanship and painstaking attention to detail in manufacturing.
Today, Lusi works with major Italian fashion brands, but also brands from France, Germany, Britain, USA, Lebanon, China and Arab countries. Lusi’s in-house designers work closely with fashion designers to create garments that are unique in terms of the type of embroidery, colours and fabrics.
RESPECT FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
In addition to the creativity and attention to detail that goes into its products, Lusi believes that two other key pillars of the “Made in Italy” concept are quality and the environment. Sometimes taken for granted, these two themes are transformed into a major asset of Lusi’s textile processing and industrial embroidery, because they protect the environment around us, the production workers, but also end consumers, the people wearing the garment tailored with fabrics embroidered by Lusi.
A process undertaken in the company a few years ago, first through the adoption of a 14 kW photovoltaic plant, then with the installation of reflective films in the 1,500 square metres of the production plant, workshops, designers dept., and warehouse. The search for high quality, environmentally friendly production does not stop here: the new “green” project involves replacing the traditional lighting system to reduce energy consumption.
QUALITY ABOVE ALL
The quest for quality continues in the adoption of new production machines, in the choice of the best raw materials, in respect for the environment and in small daily chores that are its hallmark.