Extrafine cardigan

290,00 € tax incl.

100% Cashmere, 2 Ply, MO1672

The classic Eric Bompard men’s waistcoat has been revisited in extrafine 4-ply 100% cashmere. Perfect for mid-season, worn over a t-shirt or shirt. It is available in black and college grey and is easy to mix

The classic Eric Bompard men’s waistcoat has been revisited in extrafine 4-ply 100% cashmere. Perfect for mid-season, worn over a t-shirt or shirt. It is available in black and college grey and is easy to mix and match with Autumn-Winter’s seasonal outfits.

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Color : Black
Size : S

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Know-How Eric Bompard

Eric Bompard is a French Maison, expert in cashmere fiber for more than 30 years.
The Maison is well known for its unique know-how and abundant creativity.

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FRENCH Design

Maison Eric Bompard has had a passion for cashmere, an exceptional material, for over 30 years.

Each piece is made from the best ply; the finest, longest, whitest cashmere from the Capra Arbas, a small goat that originates from the high, arid plateaus of the Gobi Desert.

The Maison's Parisian Design Office is involved every year in researching innovative knitting and stitching techniques to offer you a unique, unrivalled variety of models and shades. It pushes the limits of the imagination to invent new, ever-more elegant creations every season.

A rich, soft heritage that the Maison has been proudly sharing since 1985.

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EXTRAFINE knit

Maison Eric Bompard’s extrafine cashmere has the same provenance as the thicker knits.

However, only the particularly long, fine and white fibres are retained in order to obtain this light, soft knit, with a "second skin" effect.

These fibres are mainly found around the neck of the Capra Arbas, a small goat that originates from the high, arid plateaus of the Gobi Desert.

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