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Semi-sheer knit of softest alpaca in deep inky blue, the gossamer wrap cardigan has a drapy lapel and waist-cinching tie for a feminine peplum effect.
Draping the body in dreamy, cloudweight perfection, our cardigan is engineered in a mix of ribs and lace knit panels to fit through the shoulders and sleeves; releases to a floataway hem. Buttonless placket; shawl collar. Full-fashion knit of baby alpaca (42%), pima (31%), nylon (24%) and merino wool (3%).
Graphic diamonds from a Malian mud cloth pattern our long, double-faced coat. Jacquard knit in tortoise shell hues and felted of cozy baby alpaca (70%) and wool (30%), the straight-falling style has a notched lapel, patch pockets, turnback cuffs and blanket-stitch edging.
Destined to become a signature wardrobe favorite, our Hudson Jacket is densely knit of felted alpaca. The polished design has a notch collar, princess seaming and hidden pockets at the shapely banded hem; unlined. In Charcoal Mélange or Cranberry Mélange, you'll find countless excuses to wear it.
Versatile luxury, the long Aubergine cardigan is knit in a textural tuck stitch of soft, woolen-spun yarns. Chic and modern over skinny jeans or minis, with drop shoulders, buttonless placket, ribbed sleeves, pockets and side slits. Baby alpaca (50%), nylon (35%), pima (10%), wool (5%).
  • XS-XL
  • Fit: Classic
  • Baby Alpaca (50%), Nylon (35%), Pima Cotton (10%), Wool (5%)
  • Handwash/Dry Clean
  • Made in Peru
  • 32"
  • A sophisticated study in subtle tones and textures, the lattice-stitched tunic is striped in bittersweet, violet and ochre on a striated chocolate ground. Handcrochet trim accents the round neck. Baby alpaca (46%), pima (35%) and wool (19%).
    Large-scale lotus blossoms unfurl on our artisan-made, double-faced blanket coat. Jacquard knit of sumptuously soft baby alpaca in charcoal and grey, a drapy exaggerated collar shows off the reverse pattern of the interior; patch pockets.
    A perfect partner to skinny jeans or pencil skirts, our soft-spun v-neck pullover fits through the shoulders and flares to a side-slit hem that dips longer in back. Light as a cloud in baby alpaca (60%), nylon (35%) and merino wool (5%).
  • XS-XL
  • Fit: Semi-Fitted
  • Baby Alpaca (60%), Nylon (35%), Merino Wool (5%)
  • Handwash/Dry Clean
  • Made in Peru
  • 27" (Front)- 29" (Back)
  • Bold graphics from a century-old Bolivian manta are reinterpreted on this stunning art knit.  Handknit in brilliant, hand-tweeded shades of berry, chambray, teal and gold--a substantial blend of pima (53%) and alpaca (47%). Styled with drop shoulders and a buttonless, crochet-trimmed placket.
    Alternating bands of dimensional links and flat jersey stitching create a subtle play of texture on our boxy crewneck. Knit of frothy, woolen-spun yarns in a tweed of sage and taupe, with drop shoulders, side slits and ribbed trim. Baby alpaca (42%), pima (31%), nylon (24%), wool (3%).
  • XS-XL
  • Fit: Relaxed
  • Baby Alpaca (42%), Pima Cotton (31%), Nylon (24%), Wool (3%)
  • Handwash/Dry Clean
  • Made in Peru
  • 24"
  • This exquisite, Andean-inspired art knit is patterned with slimming chevron bands and bold, stepped geometrics. Intarsia knit by hand in tweeded, denim-friendly hues–from lapis, teal, ink and ice blue to charcoal, chocolate and malt brown. Luxuriously soft and comfortably mid-weight in pima (56%) and baby alpaca (44%).
  • XS-XL
  • 5 dark mother of pearl buttons
  • Fit: Classic
  • Pima Cotton (56%), Baby Alpaca (44%)
  • Dry Clean Only
  • Made in Peru
  • 38"
  • Delicate lacework from a vintage textile graces the front and back of this pima cardigan. Full-fashion knit with a round neck and pointelle mesh trim.
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