Feminine and playful, a fairytale with fashionable breaks in style and matching the capsule collection with tulle skirts, cropped straight-cut trousers, and numerous cashmere tops that complete the sophisticated look. They are the highlights of the fantastic winter collection by Lana D ’Oro Cashmere.
Playful bottoms require statement-pieces in the top: Lana D ’Oro Cashmere impresses with various dreamy shapes in a casual oversize shape or as fashionable basics. Voluminous sweaters, but also cuddly hand-knitted jackets with trendy knitted surfaces are young and trendy.
The light, super soft, and high-quality wearing comfort is supported by the flattering yarns and colors. The new appliqué ribbons on the styles are very trendy. The variety of accessories and their refinement with current details are typical.
LANA D’ ORO CASHMERE offers quality for 25 years
Sustainability and high quality are two terms that have been brought to life at Lana D ’Oro Cashmere for over 25 years.
When it comes to the appreciation of workmanship and traditional craftsmanship, the cashmere specialist makes no compromises. Because right from the start, the company relied on the finest Italian yarns, which are spun, tested, and processed in Italy.
Moreover, Lana D ’Oro produces the entire collection exclusively in Italy. The production focus in Umbria ensures short delivery times and high quality. Thereby, the traditional knitting and weaving mills have passed on their craft skills from generation to generation.
Lana D’Oro cashmere primarily uses 100% cashmere for its high-quality collections. Depending on the season, there can also be blends such as cashmere-silk, cashmere-cotone, or the like.
STILL A VERY EXCLUSIVE FABRIC
The quality differences between the raw materials and the products on sale are enormous.
The material from which these fine garments are made comes from a very lively species of goat. The cashmere goat is strong, robust, and lives mainly in Central Asia.
In order to withstand the harsh winter, the cold, and the high humidity in their original habitat at heights of up to 4,000 meters above sea level, they produce the finest, insulating undercoat, the so-called fleece, under their straight, coarse, and long outer hair. Cashmere is made from this.
A goat carries around 100 grams of this fine down, which it strips off from rocks, bushes, and trees in spring, where it is then collected by hand. All attempts to keep the animals in Europe did not lead to the desired result because the goats soon no longer produced fleece.
After collecting, the material also has to be separated because it always mixes with top hair. Because of all these circumstances, you need the annual production of four to six goats for just one sweater. This also explains the high price of this fine yarn.