CASHMERE WOOL 27 Item(s)

Cashmere is a rare and sought-after natural textile fiber which is known for its softness, warmth, and light-weight feel. Of animal origin, cashmere comes from the long, silk wool of the Kashmir goat. In winter, this particular variety of goat produces a tight down made of fine, supple hairs which is then processed to obtain an exceptionally fine thread that we use in our weaving.

 

Our cashmere is renowned for its exceptional softness and warmth and its incomparable finesse. Perfect when blended with silk and Merino wool in our stoles and men’s scarves.

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Cashmere wool is one of the finest and softest natural materials. The product of the Kashmir goat, which in winter grows a tight down made of fine, supple hairs which is then processed to obtain an exceptionally fine thread that we use in our stoles. Cashmere is used to make all of our most luxurious pieces.

 

Men’s and women’s cashmere stoles: Blended with silk and/or cotton, our large cashmere scarves are very soft and comfortable. Its light-weight feel when draped over your shoulders or wrapped around your neck is incomparable compared to other materials. Made with luminous colors and very fashionable woven designs, our cashmere scarves are very easy to wear to accessorize all types of clothes and styles. We are always seeking perfection and luxury in our scarves.

 

All of our cashmere stoles are entirely designed and produced at our workshop in Lyon, France on our own Jacquard looms. The savoir-faire passed down from generation to generation guarantees the quality of all our products. Each piece is made with the greatest care.

 

To take care of a cashmere stole, we advise washing by hand in cold water with a special wool detergent. Do not use any fabric softener and gently rub the scarf clean. Rinse until the water runs clear. Do not wring out or twist your scarf. Place it in between two towels to soak up excess water before laying it flat to dry. Do not place near any heat source or in the dryer. If it is absolutely necessary to iron it, iron it upside down on low heat, very gently and without making any creases. This method will ensure that all the natural properties of the cashmere are preserved for a long time.

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