Sustainable cashmere & Natural fibers


We aim to prove that it is possible to create luxurious knitwear without causing unnecessary harm to the planet.  Sustainability is one of our core values, and that philosophy starts at the source: our raw materials.

We work with naturally sourced fibers for all our materials. It is very important for us that our cashmere and materials are responsibly sourced and come from ethical and environmentally certified suppliers. 

While not all products have grades and regulations we are continually striving to work with local suppliers who can provide transparency.

Italian Knitwear Cashmere

Premium Italian cashmere with no impact

By creating beautiful knitwear from reengineered cashmere, we’re redefining waste and showing that a different system is possible.  Among other recycled & organic cashmere quality, we use Re.Verso™  and GRS yarn.


Transparency and ethical breeding

We are collaborating with mills that guaranty ethical breeding and produce a superior quality of recycled cashmere made from post-factory waste in Italy.

They combines quality with responsibility in all process and product aspects, being respectful of the animal welfare.


Our Knitwear cashmere & wool certifications​

Recycled cashmere from Florenz

Global Recycled Standard GRS

Materials are verified to meet the ISO definition of recycled. Both pre-consumer and post-consumer material is accepted. Read more about it


Responsible Wool Standard

The Responsible Wool Standard is a voluntary standard that addresses the welfare of sheep and the land they graze on. Read more.


A rare fiber from Ladakh

Handwoven Pashmina Cashmere

Almost 99% of the worldwide cashmere come from Mongolia & China and less than 1% come from Ladakh and the High Himalayas.

Ladakh cashmere is a very rare, fine quality which is only sold to the Kashmiris weavers at the local market in Srinagar. This is where our pashmina scarves are hand spun and hand woven in very small batches.


A rare quality used only for handwoven pashmina

This cashmere “pashm” is sold raw, uncleaned so thin that it’s almost impossible to weave it with power loom machine without breaking it. That’s the reason why authentic pashmina stoles are still handwoven by artisans in Srinagar just as their ancestors did. We are glad to work with such beautiful and elevated technique which require no electricity at all.

Read the full story about Pashmina making