The Origin of Our New Cashmere Collection

Cashmere is considered to be one of the softest and most luxurious natural fabrics, so we are excited to bring you our new cashmere collection!

It's important to us that our manufacturing partner's values align with our own.

The cashmere fibre used in our new cashmere collection is sourced from the Himalayan Ranges of Tibet, Inner Mongolia and Nepal. 

Our partner manufacturing company was established 45 years ago by the current CEO's late father, Lakpa Sherpa, a pioneer of Nepal's cashmere industry.

Their team of 185 people manufacture the fabrics in house, which includes knitting, weaving, dyeing, printing and finishing. 

The highly delicate and fluffy fibre come from the fur on the underside of mountain goats called Capra hircus that roam freely on the Himalayas. The cashmere fibres are collected by combing the inner belly of goats during the spring/summer time when the animal changes its fibre naturally.

Shop our new cashmere collection here.

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