STRIPES..how do you like yours?

STRIPES..how do you like yours?

Stripes – the timeless fashion constant- they can make you taller or shorter, give curves or hide curves – a magic wand for every wardrobe. No wonder then that stripes are used by designers across so many trends – Parisian chic, classic elegance, bohemian, military, sporty, preppy, rebel, country… Select the stripe, the cut, the accessories and live the look. Thin stripe Black and white linen long sleeve Breton inspired top also available as a vest top for sunnier days. Chunky stripe Wide stripes accentuate hourglass figures. The palest ice blue and clotted creams look great with jeans. Dramatic stripe black and white dress perfect for holidays too! Knitted stripe White …so easy it can be worn with everything! Ultimate Classic stripe It’s the nautical look that we all love! Navy and white with a touch of red…unstructured jackets, loose tops and summery tshirts! Mini stripe Cotton silver grey seersucker in a subtle stripe Colour block stripe Slabs of tomato red, bitter chocolate, stone and cream give a stunning colour combination Animal stripe Release the animal in you! perfect with black cropped trousers Detailed stripe Add a point of difference, this dress combines a plain dress with an interesting striped hem ..Italians do it so...
Cashmere Care guidelines

Cashmere Care guidelines

We recommend handwashing your cashmere knitwear using the following guidelines: 1) Turn the garment inside-out 2) Using a ‘luxury fibre’ detergent, usually sold as specially formulated for wool and silk, soak the garment in lukewarm water (35C) for 5 minutes. Move the suds gently through the fabric – do not stretch, wring or rub the garment. 3) Rinse the garment gently with lukewarm water. 4) Gently squeeze the excess water from the garment. Do not try to lift a heavily-saturated garment, as this may cause stretching – leave it to drain first. 5) A short spin in a washing machine is recommended to remove the remaining excess water. 6) Gently reshape the garment and place it flat on a towel to dry naturally, away from radiators or direct sunlight. DO NOT TUMBLE DRY 7) When the garment is dry, press it lightly with a 2 dot iron. The steam setting may be used. Dry Cleaning For stubborn stains which cannot be removed by handwashing, dry cleaning may be the best option. It is also recommended for woven cashmere or loosely knitted structures which may be distorted by handwashing. Please check the label to see if the garment must be dry cleaned. Pilling The fine nature of the best cashmere fibres will lead inevitably to the formation of pills or bobbles on new garments in the areas where friction occurs. We recommend that these pills are removed before washing using a cashmere comb – stroke it gently over the affected areas to remove the pills, and then handwash as recommended. After a few washes, the pills will cease to form....