A simple cut with a silhouette of undulating drapes, this one-size, open-fronted robe is designed to showcase our most beautiful fabrics. This style crafted from luxuriously soft, light and beautifully warm hand woven pashmina in a delicate diamond weave. This style is a thicker double-weave: one side in pashmina; the reverse in rich, metallic gold zari.
Exquisitely soft to the touch, warm and light-weight; wear it over a t-shirt and jeans for warmth on a cool day, or let it add understated elegance to a simple evening dress.
Material & Care
75% pashmina and 25% zari. Please treat with care and love by dry cleaning only. Store in a sealed plastic bag.
One size. Will fit sizes XS - L comfortably. Length is 90 cm (35") at center front and 110 cm (43") at center back. Drops to 41 cm (16") down the arm.
Pashmina Double Dune Robe | coal & gold
Our Pashmina Collection has been hand made according to centuries-old traditions, using the finest pashm wool from Ladakh and hand spun and woven by skilled artisans in Kashmir. Each piece is exceptionally soft, beautifully light and very warm - the natural characteristics of pure pashmina.
Pashmina, also now known as Cashmere, has been used since the 16th century in creating some of the finest, most luxurious textiles in the world. Traditionally, pashmina came from goats reared by nomads in the high plateaus of Tibet and Ladakh and this is where we source our fibre from. The wool is Geographic Indicator (GI)-tagged to ensure it is authentically Ladakhi.
The fibre is then brought to Kashmir, where it passes through a dozen specialised processes, each carried out by artisans working exclusively with pashmina - carding, spinning, measuring, starching, drafting, weaving, washing, clipping, dyeing, embroidering and finally washing again. Any variations or irregularities are part of the design and inherent to the production process.
- Eco: all materials are natural and thus bio-degradable.
- Artisan-sourced: the production of this item supports an entire community of Ladakhi goat herders and Kashmiri artisans.
- Ethical: garments are stitched in our Delhi workshop where workers receive well above the minimum wage and enjoy flexible, safe and comfortable working conditions.