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Our take on a modern fisherman sweater has a loose silhouette enhanced by dropped shoulders and it’s knitted with a slimming ribbed finish from super premium Royal alpaca fibers, renowned for an incredibly soft feel. The piece is 100% traceable, certified organic, and ethically made: from the fibers selectively sourced in the Peruvian Highlands to the hand-finishing in Lima, Peru. The Natural color option is minimally processed, it has no dyes, it is the actual natural color of the alpaca.
We take great pride in our first-rate knitwear, producing versatile modern essentials with an artisanal level of craftsmanship. This piece is impeccably crafted from 100% Royal grade alpaca, with a fiber finesse of 18-20 microns and a comfort factor of 97.5%. This sweater is a key investment piece for your cold-weather line-up; warm yet breathable, and the type of building block style required for a modern wardrobe. Knitwear of this caliber demands good after care, to ensure it doesn’t lose its intended shape or stretch over time, store it neatly folded rather than on a hanger. Hand wash and lay to try or dry clean.
The pieces has a loose, oversized silhouette. Esther is wearing a size Small; her measurements are: height 5’10” (177CM), bust 31″ (80CM), waist 24″ (61CM), and hips 35″ (90CM).
We are part of a sustainable alpaca network working directly with the small scale farmers in the Peruvian Highlands to significantly improve the genetics of the alpaca to produce a finer higher quality fiber, in turn increasing the income of the herder families. These programs enable us to work with lots of fully traceable high-quality alpaca. By purchasing this product you are supporting our efforts towards a more sustainable, fair and better alpaca production. It is a direct incentive for the Andean communities to keep improving the quality of their fiber and to invest in herd management.