MEKNES SUPERSOFT SCARF OAT
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Our Meknes scarf in extra fine alpaca will keep you cosy in any weather. No wonder, as the alpacas whose wool it is made from themselves live high up in the Andes. The scarf’s extra-long design allows it to be wrapped around many times on the coldest of days or worn long as more of an accent piece in milder weather. Made in the softest of knits means once you’ve wrapped yourself in it, you may not want to take it off!
MEKNES SUPERSOFT SCARF OAT
Details and Materials
The scarf’s extra- long design allows it to be wrapped around many times on the coldest of days or worn long as more of an accent piece in milder weather.
70% Baby Alpaca, 7% Merino Wool, 23% Polyamide
Size and Fit
Dimensions: 220cm x 40cm
How to care for your AQVAROSSA piece
If you are not wearing your AQVAROSSA garment for a few months, it is best to keep it in a cool, dark and dry place. Ideally, the garment is dry-cleaned or washed by hand according to the instructions, before it is stored in a garment bag with moth repellent.
Knitwear is best laid flat to keep it in shape. Use the self-cleaning powers of our wool: simply hang up your pieces in the morning mist or in a steamy bathroom, and the natural fibres will clean themselves and make wrinkles disappear.
How to remove stains
Liqueur, tea and white wine: Wash in warm water with gentle detergent.
Red wine: Wash in cold water, then soak in water with a splash of lemon juice.
Fat: Treat with solvent.
Coffee and sauce: Wash with gentle detergent, then rinse the remaining stain with solvent.
Ink: Use talc and soak the stained area in water with a splash of lemon juice, then apply cleaning alcohol.
Chocolate: Wash with gentle detergent, then rinse with solvent.
Sweat: Wash in warm water with a little ammonia and white vinegar, then rinse with oxygenated water.
Perfume: Treat with glycerin and alcohol.
Make-up: Treat with solvent and then wash with shampoo.
Lipstick: Treat with alcohol.
Note: Applies only to non-dry clean garments!
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Baby Suri Alpaca
Alpaca wool is unparalleled in its superior credentials across both quality and sustainability. Smooth and uniquely silky in texture it is softer than cashmere yet warmer and stronger than lambswool. The alpaca lives high in the South American Andes and has developed a fur with properties that are unmatched to protect against these harsh weather conditions. This means a wool that is not only insulating but also naturally water repellent, breathable and even hypoallergenic. The alpaca yarn we use is all sourced from individual farmers who rear small herds that are well cared for and sheared only once per year. They are sourced as part of a network that is both Fair Trade and WRAP certified, ensuring the wellbeing of animals, farmers and their environment.
Our knitwear is crafted in Peru by a company run by the amazing Mariela, a family business that was originally founded by her mother in the 70s. Their transparent and sustainable system has been a huge inspiration to AQVAROSSA on our journey, showing the possibilities of a close relationship between economic success and social responsibility. They are Fair Trade Certified with production taking place in Lima, Cuzco, Puno and forty small studios throughout Peru. They work closely with the small scale farmers whose alpaca wool they use and create jobs in otherwise remote regions. This ensures proximity to traditional craftsmanship and promotes the preservation of long held skills passed from generation to generation.