Yacht Cardigan The Icons
Crafted in 8 ply of the finest grade Scottish Cashmere and responsibly crafted at our mill in Scotland. From design to final checks, it takes twenty pairs of hands and nineteen processes to create our iconic Yacht Cardigan.
Staffa Cashmere Silk Scarves The Icons
Named after the Isle of Staffa, a beautiful, uninhabited island of the Inner Hebrides in Scotland. The Staffa is crafted from a blend of 65% cashmere and 35% pure silk. It is an oversized, natural style to wear regardless of the season. Supremely lightweight and semi-sheer, this delicate wrap or oversized scarf has been finished authentically with short eyelash fringes and a soft, luxurious hand feel.
The Wispy The Icons
Ultra-lightweight, this superfine scarf contains an astonishing 8km of the finest gossamer yarn from goats in the Alashan region of Inner Mongolia, whose fine hair is used to create some of the world’s most luxurious garments.
Arran Cashmere Scarves The Icons
Named after the Isle of Arran, situated across the water from our mill in Ayr. Superbly soft and luxurious, our Arran cashmere scarves keep you warm even on the coldest days. Each Arran scarf goes through 35 different processes before being finished with our iconic ripple effect, achieved by brushing the surface with Italian teasels.
Alex Cashmere Beanies The Icons
Luxurious yet practical, this ribbed beanie is crafted from the finest cashmere for a soft yet substantial feel. All of our yarns are dyed to our unique specifications and tested for length, stretch and quality before they’re cut and woven — the cashmere in particular is stored under cooler temperatures to retain its natural quality. Ribbed throughout for an impeccable fit, this beanie guards against the cold while looking timelessly sleek, and was made to do so for many years to come.
The Nuance Collection The Icons
With a seamless transition of colour, the Nuance collection is patented and entirely unique to Begg x Co. Its remarkable appearance is due to the skill and mastery of innovative spinning techniques. This traditional method creates the subtle, gradual blending of shades from fringe to fringe.