Frette is one of the most prominent and recognized manufactures of luxury designer bedding and is the top choice for many 5-star beds worldwide. With its bases located in Monza and Milan, Frette has been producing luxury linens and home furnishing since 1860. Using only the finest fibers and highly skilled artisans, Frette is recognized globally for chic, original design and inimitable finish and feel. Frette bed linens are used in many of the world’s most prestigious hotels as well as discerning private homes. They have more than 100 boutiques worldwide and continue to provide exclusive designs and custom color combinations. They are also a favorite of Campion Platt of Campion Platt interiors who says “I love Frette because their products come in a variety of simple, minimalist colors and patterns. The fabric is of the highest quality: durable, yet soft as silk to the touch, which is important because, with a duvet cover, the breathability of the fabric has a direct effect on how restful your sleep will be. Frette’s options are all easy to care for, and it’s a luxury choice that doesn’t break the bank.” —Campion Platt, Campion Platt Interiors Bed linens are Frett’s most sought- after orders, from sheets to pillowcases, duvet covers, blankets, and shames. They range from traditional white and gray to brighter colors. They are renowned for their embroiders that range from florals to geometric patterns and monogramming. They also have a wide selection of silky nightgowns, cashmere robes, and pajamas as well as tablecloths, placemats, and napkins. Andrea Warden, the past CEO of Frette explains why their sheets are so soft against your skin. “It’s about using the finest, long staple cotton to make the percales and sateens,” says Warden. Long fibers make a more uniform, resistant and smoother thread for weaving, she explains. The feel – a far less tangible thing – is determined by the finishing process. The fabric goes through not just the mill, but is also gassed, washed, mercerized, ironed and finally purged. Although the process sounds a bit harsh, the end results are faultless.