Lanificio Fratelli Cerruti Textile mill was founded in 1881 by Nino Cerruti in Biella Piemonte Italy. Wool is imported principally from Australia and South Africa, so as to develop flannel, tweeds, cashmere, and butter muslin. The Cerruti label was launched in 1967 with a menswear collection. By the 1980s, Cerruti began producing clothes for films, including Bonnie and Clyde, Pretty Woman, Basic Instinct, and American Psycho. The brand designed clothes for actors such as Michael Douglas, Jack Nicholson, Tom Hanks, Bruce Willis, Sharon Stone, Robert Redford, Harrison Ford, Al Pacino and Jean Paul Belmondo. Grand Son Nino Cerruti had cameo appearances in the following Hollywood movies: Holy Man (1998), Catwalk (1996) and Cannes Man (1996).