Cashmere clothing and reclaimed yarn
Sonia Riberi – Fashion Designer
The things that I get my inpiration from blend together from different sources. By nature I love exploring new places and environments in order to take in images that remain forever printed in my eyes, just like the glimpse of an unknown lane, the unusual habit in everyday life, observing those who surround me, everything that attracts and impresses me becomes a source of inspiration.
Nature itself, which enhances a thousand emotions that resonate in me as symbol of perfection, is an endless source of ideas. Together with my passion for the study of history, every single step of human fashion and fabric’s usage evolution in the fashion world.
I am at the constant research of different fibers, environmentally friendly and reclaimed. This desire of transformation pushes me to imagine new shapes and collections to show to the public, since I get inspired and I devote my care towards a versatile woman who adapts herself to fit into the thousand roles she has. A woman who conveys happiness and integrity, in a way only she does, because she’s unique and spacial.
Our knitwear is made of textile fiber, which is considered to be one of the most valuable materials, “Cashmere”. The qualit of this fiber is given by the fur of the soft and woolly under coat. This particular kind of fur protects from high and low temperatures. The benefits of this material must be attributed to an excellent fit that prevents the creation of creases, keps the warmth in winter and the cool in spring. It has an endless life, since this material becomes softer and softer as years go by without getting ruined, it’s soft and gentle on the skin, it’s a breathable and antiseptic fabric.
The respect, care and love for the natura are fundamentals in our philosophy. They have prompted the choice of such a valuable and completely reclaimed yarn. Using this yarn is an innovative choice, which has many benefits: it preserves the environment by reducing the waste produced by raw materials, preserving the limited resources and extending the life span of the materials, allowing a completely new approach, maintaining as the main goal the quality of the yarn, keeping stimulating and raising awarness in order to adopt new ways of production.