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The Knitted Tee

By June 9, 2017 FASHION
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the finer details

By February 28, 2017 BEHIND THE SCENES
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Introducing the cashmere jumper to wear right now.

Silva is our elegant new arrival.

With craftsmanship at the heart of our cashmere, the delicate detailing of this piece will add a unique touch to your everyday wardrobe.

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The fine pointelle stitch along the neckline and sleeves gives a feminine feel.

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Pair with jeans for a feminine, off-duty look all year round.

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our new store in Seoul

By November 21, 2016 BEHIND THE SCENES
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We’ve brought our gorgeous knitwear to Seoul!

Located in the shopping district with the cultural landmark Time Square, this is our first store in Korea.

Paying Seoul a visit soon? You can find us in the Shinsegae Department Store where our full collection of luxurious cashmere and modern wardrobe essentials awaits you.

Yeongdeungpo Br., 3rd F. 434-5 Yeongdeungpo-dong 4ga, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul.

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In Wool We Trust | Campaign for wool

By October 11, 2016 BEHIND THE SCENES
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To mark the global Campaign for Wool, we would like to show our commitment to natural fibres, particularly wool. Read on to learn why wool is a good choice for you, the environment and the fashion industry.

Wool is a fibre that comes from the fleece of sheep. Providing warmth, comfort and durability, wool is also a natural and renewable resource for clothing manufacturing.


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Wool fibres have tiny air pockets that keep you warm in winter and cool in summer by absorbing or releasing moisture in the air. Wool is also easy to clean and resistant to stains.

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A natural, renewable and biodegradable fibre. Wool has a complex makeup, naturally cleaning the air we breathe around us. Wool has a high nitrogen content making it naturally fire resistant.

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Shearing sheep is a vital part of animal care. As wool continuously grows, fleeces can become uncomfortable for sheep especially in warmer weather.


Why do we use wool?

Wool fibres come from a renewable resource and are not man-made and so do not exhaust precious resources in our environment. Wool is an amazing yarn for creating new designs. A durable and high quality fibre, wool keeps its shape so your jumpers can look their best for years to come.

 

Where does our wool come from?

Our wool is sourced from Australian sheep farms, where the most premium
wool is produced. Known for high quality wool, ethical sheep welfare and
environmentally friendly, Australia is the world’s largest producer of wool.


Our wool styles

100% wool

Depending on how fine the wool has been spun, 100% wool can come in a variety of forms. It is versatile, extremely warm and durable. Due to the unique structure of wool, it easily absorbs dye to create beautiful colour variations.

Mateo multi-way jacket

Crafted to suit your personal style, this jacket was designed to be worn in different ways. Wear it long with flowing lapels or turn it upside down and wear it as a short jacket.

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Merino Wool

Sourced from the Merino sheep, merino wool fibres are fine and soft and can be spun into interesting styles.

Rae jumper

This 100% Merino Wool jumper is light weight and easy-to-wear, making it the perfect layering piece in the colder months. Super soft to touch and available in a multitude of colours, this will be your go-to jumper this season.

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Wool Blends

We have combined wool with other natural and synthetic fibres to explore more possibilities in clothing manufacturing such as dyeing, stain resistance, durability and cost

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A coarse, dense quality that gives structure to garments.

Verna roll neck and Vaugn crew neck jumpers feature contrast colour block panels making them a modern addition to your wardrobe.

Shop Verna here!

Shop Vaugn here!

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WOOL POLYESTER
Creates a yarn with a soft feel and often with a light sheen to the quality.

A thick, wool coat in a straight, structured shape with a double breasted fastening. Odessa is the ideal coat for winter months in a soft speckled grey colour.

Shop Odessa here!

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WOOL VISCOSE
Viscose gives the wool a soft, smooth hand-feel.

Sebina is our wool blend jumper with an asymmetric hem and ribbed details throughout. Sleeves are bracelet length and voluminous to complete this modern jumper. A lovely winter style to wear season after season.

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In the press | InStyle.co.uk

By September 7, 2016 IN THE MEDIA
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The lovely team at InStyle Magazine have chosen our Zoe Cashmere Roll Neck Jumper as one of their best roll necks to layer under summer dresses!

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“Roll neck jumpers, turtleneck jumpers, polo neck jumpers… Whatever you want to call it, the high neck hero is our favourite knitwear as we come into autumn.

In fact, the prospect of chunky jumpers is one of the only things that make the falling temperatures ok.

As well as wearing them the conventional way — with denim — they can prolong your summer outfits. Sleeveless ruffle dresses and pinafores can serve you well into winter with a layer underneath.

Thinking forward to winter and ‘Christmas party season’, they’re the simplest way to keep things casual. Whether it’s a luxe brocade or velvet dress, a polo neck can just make things a bit more daytime. Wear with a slim ankle boot for a real AM to PM look.”

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“A fine grey roll neck is a summer outfit saver when the weather gets a bit chillier. Just layer up.”

Shop Zoe here!

Read the feature here.

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Behind the collection | AW16

By August 25, 2016 BEHIND THE SCENES
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Our new Autumn collection is here!

We’re so excited to share with you our inspirations behind our beautiful new collection.

Our designs for the Autumn season take inspiration from minimalist twentieth-century architectural style.  The colour palette and the organic forms used in the work of Le Corbusier and the monochromatic structural qualities of Mies van der Rohe’s work inform the designs throughout the season.

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We have focused on simplicity through using clean lines and with a pure use of colour at the beginning of the season. The structure of the garments refer to the lines used in modern architecture with sculptured silhouettes and curved forms.

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Textural, weather-worn exteriors are the inspiration for print. Building materials such as concrete, steel and brick inspired the colour palette of the collection, and offer texture to surfaces.

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Les 100 Ciels’ luxurious cashmere features at the heart of every collection and this season this beautiful yarn is given a multi-dimensional effect by varying weights and layering.

We hope that you enjoy wearing our new collection!

Shop new arrivals here.

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