Formerly called “Golden Fleece”, cashmere is the undisputed symbol of luxury and refinement. Protagonist in the creation of exclusive sweaters, coats and accessories, it has an unmistakable softness. Adding to this also its long-lived characteristic, the reason for our choice is explained: to dare and aim high, being a product of innumerable qualities.
Each item produced is born from a careful research of raw materials, then moving on to the best Nepalese manufactures. These follow traditional processing techniques, which are handed down from generation to generation. Furthermore, to guarantee the uniqueness and quality of the individual garments, we have also selected expert Italian workers. The philosophy of the brand is therefore to perfectly combine craftsmanship with the concept of elegance, referring to a consumer who is attentive to those details that build its essence.

Cashmere care


Immerse the cashmere sweater “inside out” in a basin full of warm water. Add soap, exclusively for wool, wash by gently pressing the garment, avoiding twisting or rubbing it so as not to let it fel. Leave to soak for a few minutes before rinsing thoroughly with warm water.

Washing machine

Cashmere loves water and sweaters can also be washed in the washing machine, but be careful to choose the correct program. Select a gentle cycle with a maximum temperature of 30 ° C. Opt for the shorter and gentler spin.

Dry wash

Dry cleaning is the safest way to deal with stains. It is recommended in case the cashmere has been woven (as in the case of stoles and pashminas) or has leather details.


After washing, spread the sweater on a towel and gently roll it up on itself to remove excess water. Then let the garment dry on a flat and horizontal surface, away from heat sources and sunlight.


In new garments, especially in the areas of more friction and friction, pilling can occur: small balls of yarn that protrude on the surface. Regular washing will help prevent pilling on quality cashmere garments. Gently but firmly clean the sweater using the special comb. Once done, wash as directed. After a few washes your sweater will remain perfect for years to come.

Keep with care

Store clothing in special airtight bags in a cool and dry place, with adequate moth protection, such as cedar wood balls which not only have a pleasant scent but are effective in repelling moths, mold and protecting softness. We recommend that you replace them every 6-12 months.
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