Designer Sybilla Sorondo returned to the fashion industry after a long break with new luxurious cashmere offerings. Sorondo has dreamed of dressing completely in cashmere and she has brought this vision to life for Fall this year. The label had the premium materials produced in Mongolia, resulting in lightweight knits used to make maxi skirts, suits, draped dresses and culottes. Additionally, the designer also worked alongside cashmere manufacturers in Argentina to craft a luxurious fiber material made from llama hair; this is used to create the soft and comfortable large fitted sweaters and matching pants.
Sybilla Sorondo has expressed that if she were to return to the fashion industry again, she would want to tell a narrative using clothing. After a decade, her return is giving life to her childhood vision.
Full Cashmere Fashion
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