Why Natural Fibre Clothing
Ultra-soft, breathable and temperature regulating, merino wool is often referred to as the most intelligent natural fibre available on the market.
We source our chunky merino from Peru and our extra fine merino is supplied by industry favourites Zegna Baruffa (Est. 1850) and Lanerossi (Est. 1817).
Cotton is a famously lightweight and breathable yarn which makes it perfect for knitting into contemporary, everyday garments that require low intensity upkeep and maintenance.
Our cotton knitwear is manufactured in our India based, family-run factory and using Indian cotton spinners we’re able to track the journey the yarn takes and quality control throughout.
Uber-soft, temperature regulating and breathable, our English spun lambswool will provide you with all the warmth of a chunky jumper, minus the additional weight.
We source the lambswool yarn used across our collections from industry experts Z. Hinchliffe & Sons (Est. 1766).
A famously hardwearing and durable yarn, British wool is perfect for knitting into robust, outdoor ready knitwear that will last a lifetime.
All of our British wool is certified by the British wool board (Est. 1950).
Only the longest, finest fibres are selected when processing cashmere which results in an ultra-soft, luxury knit that will continue to get softer overtime.
We source our cashmere yarn from long time industry favourites Todd & Duncan (Est. 1867).
Three times warmer than sheep’s wool, alpaca is the perfect yarn for crafting cosy, luxury socks that will regulate the temperature of your feet and have a low intensity wash care process.
We source our Alpaca yarn from the Andes in Peru and our socks are all hand linked in Leicestershire, England.
Sustainable, resilient and ultra-soft, using Supima cotton within our collections allows us to craft lightweight wardrobe staples that won’t require consistent hard washing.
All of our Supima cotton is ASA (American Supima Association) approved.