A very special cashmere
Taken from the very first layer of the raw material, which results in the finest and softest cashmere scarves. Thermoregulating, absorbs moisture & sweat. Provenance: Mongolia (completely harmless manual combing of the animal; certified suppliers who respect the workers and the goats such as Carriaggi, Biaggioli, and Todd & Duncan)
An incredible process in Italy
The raw fabric is spun into single yarns of cashmere. Using antique shuttle looms from the 50s and 60s, which can take up to 8 hours to set up, the yarns are counted by a person and then weaved together using one loom at a time. This results in soft open weave effects, a rich volume, and a selvedge quality of the scarf. Selvedge because no fabric is cut and therefore there is not stitching on the sides of the scarf.
The scarf is then garment dyed and checked entirely by experts. The result is an incredibly lightweight yet warm scarf with sartorial finishes. 70 to 90% of the work on scarves is manual.