Elie Jumper in Beige or Grey / L’Envers

 
Elie-Duna-front.jpg
Elie-Duna-back.jpg
Screen Shot 2018-10-07 at 14.20.48.png
 

Elie Jumper by L’Envers in Beige or Grey

Price: €240.00 (price includes EU-shipping and VAT)

Note: Our holiday deadline for this item has passed. All orders will be delivered early January 2019. For questions email mail@thelissome.com.

L'Envers Sustainability.png


Ethical + Fair / Sustainable Materials / Eco-friendly Production / Local / Handcrafted

Description:
This oversized sweater with a high collar is part of a limited edition series. The wool is super soft (cashmere touch) and knitted by L’Envers’ partner workshop located near Madrid. It is available in Beige or Grey.

Composition:
49% Mohair, 40% wool and 11% polyamide from L’Envers’ partner spinning mill in France.

Size:
Available in S/M and M/L. Choose your usual size. Our model is 1.65m and wear a size S/M.

Colour:
Grey and Beige. Note: The beige colour is temporarily out of stock. We will notify you once it is back.

Sustainability: 
L'Envers is the expression of a local know-how and a desire for high-quality, limited-edition timeless pieces. As a local brand, it weaves its reason of being around lasting and close-knit relationships with ethical workshops that keep local traditions alive. From the sketching of the pattern through the dyeing and gradation, everything is designed exclusively for L’Envers between France and Spain, home of the designer.

Wool Maintenance:
1.) Wash Gently: We recommend washing by hand in cold water or 30°C maximum. No chlorine. Do not tumble dry. No professional dry-cleaning. We do not recommend traditional machine wash. Never hang up your wet woolen clothes, let them dry flat on a towel so that they regain their original shape. Iron to a maximum iron sole temperature of 110°C.

2.) Fold and Store Flat: To store your jumpers it is advisable to fold them so they keep their shape. Woolen garments must not be hanged because the wool could lose its shape. Fold them and store them in a space with a moth-repeller.

3.) Brush Gently: To avoid frequent washing (that is damaging to the fibres), remember to air and brush your wooden items. You can use a special clothes brush to remove lint and stains and give your wool a fresh look.



Shop EditDörte Lange