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Recycled Cashmere Scarf

160 EUR

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Recycled Cashmere Scarf

Recycled cashmere scarf created from well-worn cashmere garments that would otherwise go to landfill.

160 EUR

Recycled cashmere scarf created from well-worn cashmere garments that would otherwise go to landfill.
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Bust78.5 - 86.584 - 91.589 - 96.594 - 10499 - 109
Underband66 - 7166 - 7671 - 81.576 - 8681 - 94
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Made with recycled cashmere

Cashmere has a soft, warm and light feel - but it takes a hard toll on the environment. We use GRS certified recycled cashmere produced in Italy from worn out cashmere garments - which saves water and chemicals, reduces CO2, and eliminates harm to animals. We’ve also added a small amount of ultrafine merino for added strength and warmth.

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