Hexagon Cashmere Pashmina




70 x 200 cm (2.3 x 6.6 ft)


80% Cashmere Pashmina Wool, 20% Silk, Handmade in Nepal


Cashmere Pashminas

From the Designer

A cruelty-free snakeskin for you to wear, this pashmina scarf was inspired by the animal prints that fill racks of clothes in retail stores. I noticed that the snakeskin prints roughly followed a pattern and that they could be simplified and broken into a series of hexagon shapes. The abstract hexagons add a refreshing element of elegance to this popular motif. Pair this pashmina scarf with a dress for an elegant date, or with slim pants and your favorite heels for a night out.

The scarf is a blend of 80% cashmere pashmina wool and 20% silk for a luxurious feel, ultra lightweight and subtle sheen that doesn’t pill. Plus, it is 100% handmade in Nepal, meaning the wool is hand spun, hand woven, and hand dyed and the fabric is screen printed by hand.

Pashmina refers to a type of fine cashmere wool that comes from a special breed of goat, indigenous to the high altitudes of the Himalayan Mountains. Cashmere from Nepalese pashmina wool is the highest quality that exists due to the conditions that mountain goats have adapted to over centuries. In order to survive the harsh, cold climate, the mountain goats have developed exceptionally warm and light fiber that is six times finer than a human hair, and creates the most luxurious fabric in the world.

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