Named after Janus, the two-faced Roman god of gates through which he could look both inside and outside, towards the future and the past. Two sides, two colours, two different characters. Giano is a two-colour and two-sided wool, which can be used on both sides. It has three full colours: ecru, brick and carob, each with its own undertone on the opposite side. These three colours become six refined and wholly complementary shades. Giano has a micro-design (micro-Chevron) on one side while, on the other it has a compact effect, which recalls fabrics of the past, such as Loden cape and boiled wool, two timeless classics.