A Pure virgin wool, Cashmere and Cotton little scarf, with the weave woven, mixture of gray heathered with varied reflections reminding the mist. An extreme sweetness that seduces and invites to contact
Dimensions proposed either 160*30cm or 160*60cm finish by black biais on both sides bottom is the orginal selvedges
Very limited edition of 20 pieces.
Width: 30 cm or 60cm
finish by black biais on both sides bottom is the orginal selvedges
A So chic and luxurious scarf, perfect at night on a city outfit but also casually worn on a more casual look for the very cold.
This fabric is a reflection of the French know-how of the time woven with methods that have now disappeared.
Beautiful and of very good quality, an incomparable touch that invites to touch and is really comfortable to wear.
Synonym of luxury, the prestige of this fabric is due to its thermoregulatory capacity, with a good capacity of insulation and a flexibility which facilitates the movement, this fabric is a must
Composition: 65% Pure Virgin lamb wool, 30% Cotton and 5% cashmere
In any case, an exclusive tailoring fabric, in such prestigious compositions, such as a cashmere or a pure virgin lamb wool, is intended to be put into the washing machine.
That is why it is important to pay the greatest attention to it.
After use, always undo your scarf and store it preferably laid flat without marking the folds, or hanging on a hanger.
Do not hang your scarf on the hook of a coat door to avoid unsightly deformation.
If your scarf is wrinkled, which is normal because your scarf is made of natural fibers, if it does not wrinkle, it is because it contains unnatural synthethic fibers allowing the fabric not to wrinkle, in this case , your scarf, would be no more precious and natural than what Philippe Gaber proposes. But do not worry the scarves are ironing, and can be very simply uncropped using a steam iron or steamer
I recommend using a piece of cotton or keeping the tissue paper packing your scarf as a wet paw by placing it, between your scarf and the iron, to avoid burning or polishing your scarf.
You can use steam.