he luxury and exclusive square in midnight blue, 50% cashmere and 50% silk. Superb French fabric of the 50s square weaving of extreme softness, refined and unique.
Scarf in 70 * 70 cm finishing rolled quilted 5mm.
Square cashmere & silk exclusive limited edition of 6 copies rolled hem in Paris by Philippe Gaber.
Dimensions 70 * 70cm
Finishing: rolled quilted (handkerchief finish)
Very light, fluid and soft, this square scarf is worn like a bandanna or bandit around the neck. It is also worn as a choker for the bike, the scooter, under a small jacket. But he can also be a bit of a head,
It is also the refined French accessory, to wear without restraint for cool evenings and chic.
A square scarf So chic and luxury, perfect as an accessory in the evening on a dress, but also worn more casual on a more casual look.
It is simply a French tailoring fabric woven in the 50s. Superb weaving combining silk thread and cashmere yarn, small square format, this exclusive weaving, revealing certaint days between the squares shows all the attention and the subtlety of such a prestigious combination of Kashmiri silk with a French know-how today disappeared.
Extra soft, luminous with exceptional reflections, a weight of 200gr / m offers a unique feeling when it is wrapped around your neck.
Beautiful and very beautiful quality, really very comfortable to wear.
Treat it and stick to it knowing that you own an exclusive, limited-edition square!
Composition: 50% Silk and 50% cashmere nothing more, for ultimate luxury.
Under no circumstances is an exclusive tailored fabric in such prestigious compositions, such as a cashmere or pure virgin lamb wool, not intended to be put to the machine.
That is why it is important to bring to it, the greatest attention.
After use, always unfasten 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, you can iron it. I recommend using a piece of cotton (wet leg) between your scarf and the iron, to avoid burning or polishing your scarf.
You can use steam.