Cashmere is a noble fibre derived from the soft undercoat of the Asiatic goat breeds. The wool of cashmere goats has been processed into beautiful textiles since around 1000 BC in their homeland of the Kashmir Valley in north- ern India.
When cared for correctly, a high-quality cashmere product will last you a lifetime
The annual production of cashmere begins in spring when the goats naturally shed their fur. The goat’s coat is combed, removing only the softest fibres of the undercoat, which has kept the animals warm in -30°C temperatures. The downy wool is cleaned to remove impurities and the fibres are then hand sorted into their natural colour palette of white, grey and brown. The exclusivity of this fibre together with the painstaking production process makes it one of the most valuable and desirable yarns.
Cashmere is known for its extreme softness, lightness and warmth and it’s truly an un-comparable experience. When cared for correctly, a high-quality cashmere product will last you a lifetime.