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cashmere care

Cashmere is one of the world’s most luxury soft natural fibres, that you will always desire to wear and keep with you, wherever you
are, for a lifetime.
"Cachemire de Voyage" collection is made by cashmere sourced in Inner Mongolia, principal source of the world’s fines raw white cashmere fiber. Each piece is durable, light and long lasting,
creating a timeless travel companion, that can journey with you around the world.
The most moder technological advancements in the processing, spinning and knitting of the fiber and yarns are combined with traditional hand knitting and hand finishing skills. This blending together of innovative technology and bespoke indiviual care
creates the highest quality for each pieces. In order to maintain
your garment’s continuted soft hand feel and luxurious quality and appearance, please caring correctly by respecting those


For best results, cashmere is best hand washed.
Please wash each garment individually by hand in cool and tepid water with a vert small amount of high quality low acidity shampoo. Do not use any bleaching products or harsch detergents as this will remove the natural oil in the cashmere fibres. Whilst washing, avoid soaking the garment in the water. You must gently and quickly squeeze the garment in soapy water. But avoid rubbing or wringing the garment in the process. Then repeatedely rinse the garment in cool water until it appears clear of soap.
If you choose to dry clean your garment, please select a dry cleaner experiences in cleaning cashmere and fine fabrics.


Place the wet garment flat out onto a clean dry towel, then roll it up within the towel, applying pressure to squeeze out the excess water. Then replace the sweater flat on another clean and dry towel, adjusting the garment into your desired shape and fit. To ensure that all the ribs and cuffs dry you must tightly pull on the garment t close up the knitted ribbs. Make sure you turn the garment over to dry on both sides. You can pick off any yarnballs when the piece is dry. Always gently steam through a clean cotton cloth to protect the sweater. By directly ironing the piece you could scorch the surface. Heat sources such as radiators and intense sunlight are bad for the garment.


Please ensure that garments are washed or dry cleaned before storing them, then fold the garment with acid free tissue paper. Cashmere should not be stored in plastic bags, not squashed into a tight space, as it needs to breath. Once stored you can use lavender, rosemary sachets, or cedarblocks. Don’t use moth balls. To help maintain your product, Le Kasha will send you a special bag to keep each piece safe when you travel.