Our Cashmere is from thethe more beautiful farms of Inner Mongolia, In the Gobi Desert, the most famous region for this noble and natural fibre. The quality of the Cashmere Is the combination of three parameters: the fineness of the fiber, its length, and its color (brown to white).
We carefully select the best fibers: the finest (about 15 microns), the longest (36 to 40 mm), and the white ones. We get at the end a Cashmere TrueSoft, shiny, deep and stable colours.
Our Cashmere Is also from Grade A, or the best quality in the market. We also make compound models to 100 % of Cashmere What is quite rare on the market, by its high price.
The fiber is collected by combing the Capra Hircus goats. In winter, during extreme temperatures, between -20 and -30°, these goats have a special hair that grows to keep them warm. It is from this hair that cashmere is created.
In spring, goats naturally lose their winter hair. This is when they are combed to harvest cashmere wool.
The fibers are then cleaned and dyed to finally be transformed into cashmere yarn.
In our view, there were two types of products on the market. The old brands, which make quality cashings that last, but tighten the mesh as well as the Sweaters Are often rigid and dreamlike. And the big distributors, which offer products of a very inferior quality, often lightened and where the sweetness is not always at the appointment.
We wanted to proposeSweaters Modern: soft, soft and comfortable, Thanks to an adjustment of the mesh which allows the fiber to express at best all its finesse.
We play with the gauges, tensions, titrations and numbers of ply To propose Different looks : more or less aerated, thick, tight.
We also innovate by our Patterns and artworks That require special techniques (intarsia, jacquards, dip dye).
Our Light cashmere parts are knitted in a unique way. It is 2 wires knitted in a meticulous manner. This requires extremely meticulous work. The result: comfortable, air, soft clothes, while remaining hot.
2 wires corresponds to a standard thickness. The number of wires defines the thickness of the sweater: the higher the more the sweater is thick and hot.
4 wires corresponds to an intermediate thickness. The number of wires defines the thickness of the sweater: the higher the more the sweater is thick and hot.
6 wires corresponds to a thicker sweater. The number of wires defines the thickness of the sweater: the higher the more the sweater is thick and hot.
8 wires corresponds to a thick sweater. The number of wires defines the thickness of the sweater: the higher the more the sweater is thick and hot.
The number of ply varies with us from 2 to 10 ply. A 6 ply sweater means that each stitch of the sweater is knitted with 6 cashmere ply.
A thicker sweater requires more raw material, which explains a higher price.
However, if the starting fiber is of poor quality, the finished product will be too. The number of ply therefore does not guarantee the quality of the sweater but defines its thickness.