Capra hircus laniger goats are found in the remote regions of Ladakh, India. Because of the cold temperatures at the high altitude of at least 4000 meters, the goats produce a very warm, soft, downy undercoat, which after a special process of cleaning and spinning becomes Cashmere. One goat can produce 150g of wool per year, making the ownership of a real Cashmere product a rarity and a luxury.

From the remote mountains of Kashmir, we bring you the finest, warmest, lightest wool on earth, also called the golden thread, Cashmere. This traditional way of making Cashmere has been around in this region for hundreds of years, producing garments that have lasted through time, and only the most skilled and experienced craftsmen can produce high quality pieces.