Our production

We produce all our garments in Inner Mongolia and we have a good relationship with our suppliers who have worked with us for over 10 years.

Our production team regularly visits our suppliers to ensure good working conditions and animal husbandry.

OEKO-TEX Certificate

We are proud that all the yarn we work with is OEKO-TEX certified. This means that our products maintain the standard according to safety standards for textile and clothing manufacturing and meet high human-ecological requirements.

It is important to us that you as a customer feel safe when buying and wearing our products.

Our Cashmere

Our cashmere wool comes from goats living in Inner Mongolia. The goats roam free on the pasture and are taken care of by local shepherds. They stay on the shepherds' farms when the grass needs recovery and the period when the cashmere wool is cut off before the hot summer season.


At our suppliers, the goats are trimmed or cut as it is a process that goes faster and reduces stress in the animals.

The wool is then sent for washing and cleaned of dirt that has stuck during the winter.

Dyeing & spinning

From the cleaned wool, the long fibers are now separated from the shorter ones. In our garments, we have chosen to only use the long fibers, as they are softer and of higher quality.

The wool is dyed to the desired colour in large dye baths. Lighter shades require less colour as the colour scale is closer to uncoloured wool. Those colours can be perceived as softer than e.g. black or darker tones that require more colouring.

After dyeing, the wool is spun into yarn on large yarn rolls.


Now the coloured yarn is knitted in knitting machines where each part is knitted separately, e.g. a front piece, back piece, and two sleeves.

These parts are then linked together. This part of the production is meticulous work that requires experience and time, as each stitch is linked to the other.

Laundry & packaging

The garments are washed, steamed, and checked before the neck label, care label, and size label are sewn on.

Lastly, the garments are folded and packed in storage bags, placed in boxes, and transported to us.