Gossamer-fine pashmina from Ladakh, the Buddhist land in the Indian Himalayas. Tuck into winter wear or drape loosely on a summer eve for that elusive but unmistakable laid-back luxe!
Apsaras, Buddhist celestial beings, are portrayed by artists as sylvan flying figures; described by the ancients as 'woven air', our incredibly soft, light and warm pashmina won't disappoint. Each a generous two-metres long, their gentle touch and fine weave has to be experienced to be believed.
The pride of Ladakh, these airy scarves are handwoven from the superfine hairs - pashm - of the Changra goat, which inhabits the high, harsh reaches of this ruggedly beautiful land.