Goh, Who weaves the Gianfranco Fila and Enrico Ferrante fabrics for you? You might consider this confidential, but I would like to know what exactly I am getting before I decide to buy. Also, even if you won't share, we're knowledgable enough to approximate a good guess. If it's woven in Italy as you say, it must be Albini/DJA, S.I.C. Tess. or Riva since these are the only Italian mills which produce up to 200/2, which you have under the Gianfranco Fila and Enrico Ferrante labels. There's Alumo, which does weave 200/2, but it's Swiss. Why does everyone slap an Italian name on everything these days? The fellow SartorialSolutions(doesn't seem Italian in any way) at AskAndy calls his clothing line Carlo Franco, and Hwa Seng has fabrics woven for them under the Gianfranco Fila and Enrico Ferrante labels. At Vavra Italy(http://www.vavraitaly
) everything has an Italian name on it, many of which are unknown and have inflated price tags and which must be made specifically for the "budget" Italian luxury market in the USA.