La Sororité Bed Socks
La Sororité Bed Socks
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Wash by hand in cold water. We recommend using a small amount of baby shampoo. After soaking and rinsing thoroughly, squeeze out excess water gently, but never wring. Lay the sweater out flat between two towels and press gently to soak up excess water.
Lay to dry on a flat towel or a drying rack, but make sure it’s evenly spread across the rack rather than simply hung as hanging whilst wet can stretch the fabric.
When completely dry fold the garment neatly and store out of direct sunlight. Protect from moths, they love Cashmere especially if there is moisture in the fibres.
CASHMERE CARE DON’Ts
NEVER EVER put your cashmere in the washing machine …… seriously NEVER!
Don’t hang your garment it stretches the delicate fibres
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Meet The Designer
La Sororité has thrown away the fast-fashion model and instead focuses on ethical production by empowering craftswomen, celebrating artisan work, establishing personal relationships with suppliers and carefully considering the impact their supply chain has on nature. Their ultra-fine cashmere products are made from the underbelly and under the chin of the Himalayan Mountain Goat, locally called “Chyangra”, this beautiful goat lives at an altitude of over 3000 meters in the most remote regions of Nepal. Inhabiting this freezing cold climate these hardy goats, produce the warmest cashmere. The fibres are gathered by combing and collecting naturally shed wool. The delicate fur combing process is performed every spring on the same goats for many years without harm or distress to the animal.