Before washing any of our cashmere, please read the care instructions on the label of the garment. 

By following these steps, you can ensure the longevity of your cashmere items: 

Gently comb your cashmere to remove small balls of fibre from the surface.

After multiple wears, you may find small balls of fibre ‘pills’ appearing on the surface of your garment. As cashmere is a delicate fibre, it’s normal for pilling to occur with continued wear and friction. In order to remove these balls, we recommend gently combing the cashmere or removing them by hand. 

Carefully handwash the garment at a low temperature (30C°)

You will find specific washing instructions on the inside label of our knitwear garments. We recommend handwashing our cashmere at a low temperature and separately from other garments, ensuring you do not wring or rub the cashmere to remove water.

Lay the garment flat to dry 

Reshape the garment back to its original form and lay flat to dry on a towel. Keep the cashmere away from direct heat and sunlight. Once the cashmere is dry, gently press with a cool iron.


We advise caring for your lambswool products in the following ways: 

Carefully handwash the garment

We recommend handwashing at a low temperature (30C°) with a mild detergent and rinsing in lukewarm water after. Handle your lambswool with care and do not wring or scrunch.

Reshape the lambswool 

To dry, reshape the lambswool to its natural shape and lay flat to dry away from direct heat or sunlight. Do not tumble dry. Once dry, you can press your garment lightly with a cool iron.