Principe di Salina

In a small town at the foot of the Alps there is the most ancient weaving mill in the world, where the ability in working the noblest raw materials has been handed on from father to son for more than 270 years. Nowadays fine and precious Chinese cashmere, coming from Mongolia, is used to knit the Principe di Salina garments, using antique techniques and neutral soaps with spring-water in order to respect the environment. The ancient trade-mark found on each garment represents a thistle blossom that dried and stripped of all its leaves can be used to pull out the fine fluff.

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