Cashmere goat herds in Mongolia; only the downy winter undercoat is used for high quality cashmere yarn.
The highest quality fibre is classed as super white. (RIGHT)
Harvest of the cashmere fibre by combing the goats rump. (ABOVE)
Cashmere fibre is classed on the basis of its colour, diameter and length and its contrast to the coarser guard hair.
For spinning and dying, the mills in Italy and Scotland we buy from choose the finest and best fibre directly at the source in Mongolia. They have long standing relationships with the farmers, ensuring us sustainable sourcing and the highest quality of fibre.
Our luxury garment bear the imprint of the people who manufacture it and their heritage. In modern times, given advanced technology, the individually skilled craftsman gives uniqueness to our luxury product.
Advanced machines produce the individual parts of the garments; each part to be hand-finished. To manufacture a London W11 cashmere garment, it takes an average of 8 individually hand-finished components, assembled and finished by hand our craftsmen.
Designing genuine luxury garments, which bridge being beyond time while also trending, derives from the conceptual process of creating a unique piece of art.
In London we create designs of effortless chic and sensual cashmere items; unique items beyond time you can depend on (LEFT), manufactured by our craftsmen in Italy & Scotland.
Every season we create images of our cashmere capsule, reflecting its luxury and uniqueness, its attention to detail and showing its natural role in modern life.
The exclusive prints of our cashmere scarves are designed in collaboration with a London artist using artisanal craft techniques throughout design development. (ABOVE)
Each individual garment is carefully inspected for any flaws for the last time before being placed and wrapped in our luxury gift box and sent off to be delivered to your door step