Durability and resourcefulness are of great importance to us. We only use the best quality and long-lasting cashmere from goats that live in mountainous areas in the Chinese region Inner Mongolia. When the goats lose their winter coat, the longest cashmere fibers from their neck and abdomen are collected with the use of a comb. These fibers make into stronger, long-lasting knits. We dye our cashmere in many different colours. We use undyed cashmere for some colours.
You can recognise our garments by its embroidered flag detail on cuff or hem. This flag signifies the available colours of that specific style in that edition.
We want you to enjoy your cashmere garment for years to come. Cashmere is a natural product that requires some special care. Please find below our care instructions.
cashmere loves water! all extreme cashmere garments are machine washable and easy to maintain
wash regularly in a high-quality machine – we recommend Miele – on a wool program (30°C/86°F at 600rpm)
to maintain the soft cashmere properties of the garments, wash with wool detergent and no softener
wash a maximum of three garments of similar colour per cycle in separate bags or pillowcases
after washing, dry the garment lying flat on a towel as it prevents the garment from stretching out
avoid hanging the garment to dry
3. pilling and ironing
all natural fibres pill, some people pill more than others and some colours pill more than others. After washing you can remove excess pilling by using a cashmere comb
the pilling will lessen after time when taken proper care of your garments by following these instructions
iron at low temperature, using a thin cloth between the iron and the cashmere. This will help ease the fibres and get them back into place
4. storing and resting
after wearing cashmere for a day, it is best to let it rest for two days after. This will help the fibres recuperate
always store the garment folded in a drawer or on a shelf. It will lose its shape when you hang it on a hanger
all extreme cashmere garments come with a fabric care label stitched into the garment. Before wearing, remove this label and save it for later
the length of some styles can be adjusted by cutting the hem. Bring to your local dress maker or ask us for advice