THE CASHMERE BOUTIQUE

Snowy scenes, roaring fires and leaves crunching under foot: while there’s plenty to love about the cold snap, nothing puts the ‘win’ in ‘winter’ quite like our cashmere boutique.

As the temperature drops, wrap up warm in toasty turtlenecks and accessories, and see knitwear reach new heights of luxury via cozy crew necks, versatile layers and V-neck sweaters.

From styling tweaks to expert care advice, our boutique boasts everything you need to know about cashmere this season.

THE CREW-NECK SWEATER
THE CREW-NECK SWEATER

This season sees the tried-and-tested cashmere favorite paired with fluid silhouettes and luxe textures. We prescribe one in every color.

THE LAYERS
THE LAYERS

We’ve said it before, we’ll say it again – when it comes to cashmere, too much is never enough. Sweaters, coatigans and ponchos are the layers we can’t live without.

THE V-NECK SWEATER
THE V-NECK SWEATER

For winter, the V-neck is all about the subtle art of hide and seek, thanks to exaggerated necklines by Iris & Ink, Vince and more. How low will you go?

THE TURTLENECK
THE TURTLENECK

This is a ‘70s stalwart that we’ll love forever. Look for ultra soft finishes and heritage-inspired cable knit detailing (flares optional).

THE ACCESSORIES
THE ACCESSORIES

Make cashmere accessories your first line of defense against winter chills. We’re tripling up on scarves, beanies and endlessly cozy gloves.

Caring For Cashmere
DOS & DON’TS FOR CASHMERE:
A CHEAT SHEET BY CHINTI & PARKER CO-FOUNDER ANNA SINGH
Do
  • Purchase cedar balls which should be dosed in cedar oil on a regular basis
  • Hand wash your cashmere with a gentle detergent – it’s less harsh than dry cleaning
Don't
  • Hang your cashmere! Always carefully fold
  • Forget to de-fuzz your cashmere on a regular basis
Caring For Cashmere
Cashmere Sweater
HOW TO WASH YOUR CASHMERE:
DESIGNER MADELEINE THOMPSON’S 5 EASY TIPS
  1. Always make sure your cashmere is turned inside out and submerge it in a bowl of tepid water with a good cashmere shampoo (PH neutral)
  2. Make sure that you don't rub – instead, blot any stains and never use hot water
  3. To rinse, use the same method as washing, pressing out the excess water
  4. Lay your knit out flat to dry on a towel and keep away from heat and sunlight
  5. To get rid of wrinkles, you can steam your cashmere once it’s dry, then fold to store
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