Before you begin, read the care label attached to the garment and any hangtags or care instructions included in garment packaging.
Suede & Leather Care
Dry clean only using a professional cleaner specializing in suede and leather cleaning. Do not use cleaning fluids or abrasives.
Suede should be regularly brushed with a suede brush or dry sponge to keep it clean and remove excess fibers. The loose fibers of a new suede garment have a tendency to "crock" initially—i.e. they form a fine dust which rubs off on clothing.
If you wear your garment in the rain, be advised that it may become permanently affected by water spots.
Native American basketry inspired this striking shawl, jacquard knit in burgundy, black, gold and grey pima (93%) with silvery metallic threads (7%) threads. Fringed on three sides, it reverses to a textural microstripe.
Lavished with sensuous alpaca fur, our cozy cardigan in Black alpaca is handframed in pointelle ribs, rich cables and popcorn stitching. Finished with a v-neck, single hook closure and lattice-stitched trim.
A brilliant addition to your cold-weather wardrobe, vividly-hued bands of geometrics pattern our gallery-worthy blanket coat. Cozy and warm in a felted, double-faced jacquard knit of baby alpaca (70%) and wool (30%), with a round neck, patch pockets and deep side slits.