“A simultaneously chic and casual zipped cardigan."
- Composition : 50% merino wool (Italian spinning) / 50% acrylic
- Rectangular rib stitch
- Color : Grey
- Raglan sleeves
- YKK zipper
- Two side pockets
* Made with love in Portugal *
Olzha is 1m88 tall, weights 70kg and wears a size M.
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Raglan sleeves date back to 1815 when they were used during the Battle of Waterloo. British officer FitzRoy James Henry Somerset, known as Lord Raglan, lost his arm during the Battle and subsequently invented a sleeve system that would enable him to dress more easily. Raglan sleeves go right up to the collar and have a wider opening than classic sleeves, allowing for an easier dress.
“A simultaneously chic and casual zipped cardigan"
YKK, an abbreviation of Yoshida Kōgyō Kabushikigaisha, is a Japanese company founded by Tadao Yoshida in Nihonbashi, on 1st January 1934. Their eponymous zips are considered the best in the world.
Originally from North Africa, Merino sheep were taken to Spain in the Middle Ages. Since the arrival of European settlers, most of them now live in Australia and Tasmania where the living conditions, the incomparable air quality, the temperate climate and natural habitat made up of luxurious pastures, endow the wool with an extreme fibre delicacy, uniformity, softness as well as a superior quality.