Burgundy regenerated cashmere scarf
Out of all materials used in the fashion industry, cashmere has one of the highest environmental impact (roughly 100 times more than wool). The over exploitation of cashmere worldwide reminds of salmon, an exclusive good that became a mass product at the expense of quality.
As the goat population has increased, nearly 65% of Mongolia's grasslands is degraded and slowly turning into a desert. In order to limit our environmental impact and encourage the circular economy, we decided to use a recycled cashmere made from second-hand sweaters and socks.
The CINABRE regenerated cashmere scarf are made in the region of Tuscany, Italy.
The process to transform second-hand knitwear is sophisticated. Clothes are sorted by colors and taken apart. The 100% cashmere pieces are crushed to make new yarns. Then the scarves are woven and manufactured.
Watch the video at the bottom of this page and discover all the different production stages.
The 200 cm x 35 cm size makes it lengthy enough to wrap twice around your neck and knot neatly at the front. The scarf is made of 70% to 75% of Regenerated Cashmere, 20% to 25% of Virgin Cashmere and 5% of Extra Fine Merino wool with a super-soft hand-feel.
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