1896

Remigio Pratesi opens a workshop in Pistoia, a Tuscan town not far from his native village of Casalguidi.

1899

After two years of commissioning a set of linens to be handwoven as a betrothal gift, Remigio Pratesi marries the woman of his dreams. The trousseau sets the foundation for what is later known as the legendary Pratesi linens.  

1906

Remigio Pratesi opens a linens workshop in Pistoia, a Tuscan town near his native village Casalguidi, and the house of Pratesi is born.

1936

Brunetto Pratesi’s iconic “Chains” design is introduced—its timeless design is henceforth often imitated.

1927

Remigio’s son Brunetto creates the “Three Lines” design—now known as the iconic TRE RIGHE collection—expressly for Coco Chanel.

1906

Remigio Pratesi opens a linens workshop in Pistoia, a Tuscan town near his native village Casalguidi, and the house of Pratesi is born.

1936

Brunetto Pratesi’s iconic “Chains” design is introduced—its timeless design is henceforth often imitated.

1927

Remigio’s son Brunetto creates the “Three Lines” design—now known as the iconic TRE RIGHE collection—expressly for Coco Chanel.

1946

Brunetto opens his first boutique in the luxury holiday resort of Forte dei Marmi on the Italian Mediterranean.

1972

Pratesi opens its first US boutique on Madison Avenue and soon becomes a favorite among celebrities and le beau monde.

1990s

Pratesi flourishes globally, with stores in Paris, Cannes, Berlin, Odessa, Istanbul, Jeddah, and Riyadh.

1972

Pratesi opens its first US boutique on Madison Avenue and soon becomes a favorite among celebrities and le beau monde.

1990s

Pratesi flourishes globally, with stores in Paris, Cannes, Berlin, Odessa, Istanbul, Jeddah, and Riyad.

2000

Pratesi increases its retail footprint in the US, expands in Europe and around the globe.

2021

2022

Pratesi returns as the preeminent leader in luxury linens.