John Smedley recycled cashmere cardigan

£335.00

This recycled cashmere cardigan by John Smedley is a classic beauty and sure to be a much-loved part of your wardrobe for years to come

Description

John Smedley recycled cashmere cardigan, classic

The Breanna cardigan is the epitome of luxury and is meticulously crafted from a stunningly soft blend of 50% recycled cashmere and 50% merino wool. A chunky knit style, Breanna is an essential layering piece for the cooler months. It makes the perfect addition to both smart workwear ensembles and more relaxed out-of-hours outfits. Featuring a low V-neckline, a central buttoned front and long sleeves. This fine example of British craftsmanship will become a go-to favourite for seasons to come. The body features split side seams creating a relaxed, sophisticated aesthetic.

  • 7 Gauge
  • 50% Recycled Cashmere 50% Extra Fine Merino Wool and Cashmere
  • Cardigan
  • V-Neck

Available in two sizes: S/M and M/L –  you can select the size required at the next stage if you click the BUY NOW button

About John Smedley knitwear

John Smedley are creators of the World’s Finest Knitwear. Established in 1784, they are the oldest manufacturing factory in the world, crafting beautiful, high quality garments that are designed to last, made in England and distributed the world over.

John Smedley is proud to have “Made in England” on the tag of every garment they make. John Smedley has remained a British, family run business, now managed by Ian Maclean an 8th generation member of the Smedley family. In 2001 John Smedley were granted the Royal Warrant of Appointment as a “Manufacturer of Fine Knitwear” by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, a testament to their trusted quality.

Sustainability

Sustainable Design

As the Creative Design team have control over the product specification, they can incorporate sustainability criteria in concept development and design stages. The team are already working on best practice derived from London College of Fashion and Kering knowledge.
Recommendations that we are working on:

  • Reducing the volume of paper and plastic packaging.
  • Reducing waste yarn in the knitting process.
  • Assessing sustainability of alternative packaging materials to plastic.
  • Using tissue paper tickets and cardboard made from only FSC certified forests.
  • Considering the incorporating paper or cardboard recyclate in packaging.

To read more about John Smedley’s commitment to sustainability, click HERE.