For London Craft Week, textile designer and repair specialist Alexandra Brinck joined us in our Burlington Arcade store for a conversation on cashmere care and knitwear repair techniques.
For International Women’s Day 2022, we caught up with Olivia Wilson, Jess Geissendorfer and Lulu Cox of the SSAW Collective.
The SSAW Collective is a community of chefs, florists & growers committed to an ethical way of working with seasonal produce.
As the pioneer of "thrifting", Bay was the first to include vintage pieces in luxury shoots, bringing thrifting into the mainstream. Today, her second-hand credentials are more relevant than ever to the future of fashion, as a cornerstone of sustainability.
Cashmere is the perfect fibre in so many ways. Not only is it soft, delicate and beautifully fine, it’s three times more insulating than sheep wool and is extremely versatile. Such versatility means that cashmere fibre can be transformed into a vast array of garments and styles.
When it comes to Christmas, there are three factors that come into play when I’m buying gifts. The first is thought – for me this is about the craftsmanship behind the item. The second is sustainability. What is it made from? Who made it? And finally… longevity. Is this item good quality?
Welcome to the next instalment of: From Goat to Coat: A Cashmere Journey. This time around I’m going to be talking about the next stage of the cashmere supply chain; processing.
Dive deeper into the ins and outs of how cashmere journeys from the hills and mountains of Asian grasslands to your wardrobe.