Join the circle of noble material connoisseurs by choosing a product from our women's vicuna collection. Whether you choose a vicuna sweater, a cape or a scarf, you'll instantly fall under the spell of this incredibly soft material!
The wooden gift box illustrates its well-deserved prestige...
Women's vicuna sweater: become a connoisseur of luxury materials!
Any specialist of luxury knits will tell you that a vicuna sweater is made of the ultimate material. It's the most expensive, finest and softest wool around. Vicuna’s 12 micron-diameter fibre has the unique feature of having a hollow section which retains heat. You'll definitely be ready to brave winter with one of our women's vicuna garments.
Sweaters made with this fabulous fibre are not just ever-so chic but also enhance your body's feminine style. Did you know it takes six to eight animals to gather enough wool to make a single women's vicuna sweater?
Major newcomer and an exceptional garment: our women's vicuna cape! Its incomparable drape is the ultimate of elegance!
Trust us, you'll be enchanted by our luxurious women's vicuna items and will adore their incredible softness.
Your women's vicuna sweater... made with the "wool of the gods"
You're really lucky to find women's vicuna models in our premium collection. Garments made with the incredible fibre are ever-so rare. Only a few prestigious world-class brands sell it. To our knowledge, there are only 2 other importers of this fibre in Europe.
This little animal belongs to the Camelidae family and was on the brink of extinction until recently. In their day, the Incas were the first to discover the extreme softness of this wool and called it "the wool of the gods". It's believed that the population of this mythical animal at that time stood at over a million. Whereas in the 1960s, it had dropped to just 20,000 animals!
It's only in the last forty years or so that significant measures have been initiated to increase their population. Currently, there are around 300,000 vicuna in the wild and their numbers are constantly increasing. Over half of their total world population now lives on the high Andes plateaus in Peru where the wool for our women's vicuna collection comes from.