Busy working mum, I never compromised on quality, ease and style.
Cashmere garments have always been the all-year-round essentials of my Parisian closet.
I travel extensively and at some point discovered that the the best cashmere yarn was to be found in the Himalayas.
Given that all cashmere garments were desperately old-fashioned and the colours quite dull,
I designed my own cashmere garments which soon caught attention: Neat Knit was born.
Soon after the 2015 earthquake, Neat Knit based its production activities near Kathmandu which had been badly hit:
not only NK supports Nepal’s efforts to revive its economy but it also teams up with the charity Save the Children
as a way of supporting and sharing with those actually in need.
Outstanding quality, modern designs, in 120+ lush colours
-and shared profitability-
this is Neat Knit’s philosophy.