Hart Dress - Purple by Rita Row
Turtleneck knit dress.
70% Virgin Wool 30% Cashmere.
Ethically made in Spain.
Kathia is 1’74 cm tall and she is wearing size S.
HAND WASH / DO NOT BLEACH / DO NOT TUMBLE DRY / IRON LOW HEAT / DO NOT DRY CLEAN
OEKO-TEX, FABRIC MADE IN SPAIN
ABOUT THE FABRICS
Virgin wool is the wool taken from a lamb's first shearing. This is the softest and finest wool produced. There is another meaning of virgin wool - it can refer to wool that has never been used, processed, or woven before. This type of virgin wool can come from an adult sheep.
It’s better than recycled wool because it’s stronger and higher quality. Pure virgin wool is naturally breathable in both cold and warm weather, water-repellent, durable and insulating. It also resists wrinkles, stains, and odors. Even though you can dry-clean wool shirts, many people simply hang them up and let them air out, finding that to be just as effective.
Since virgin wool fibers haven’t been shredded like recycled wool, they’re more resilient—they don’t break or wrinkle as easily and can provide more stretch.
Cashmere is one of the softest and most luxurious forms of wool, characterized by the fineness of the fibers, which are almost silky. It’s considered one of the most high-end fibers, as pure cashmere can be very expensive due to the involved production process, where the fibers are separated by hand from the molted coats of goats.
Cashmere is a type of wool that is made from cashmere goats and pashmina goats.
Cashmere is a natural fiber known for its extremely soft feel and insulating properties. Cashmere fibers are very fine and delicate, and almost feel like silk to the touch. Cashmere is significantly warmer and lighter than sheep’s wool, and is somewhat similar to mohair, which is made from angora goats. Cashmere is often blended with other types of wool, like merino, to give it added weight, since cashmere fibers are very fine and thin.
This garment has been produced by responsible manufacturing partners. Our team has developed a close relationship with every people in the factories of our supply chain, and we consider each employee of the factory as a member of the Rita Row team.
Rita Row creates pieces for the modern woman. The line gets its name from its fictional muse "Rita," a woman that's hard-working, free-spirited, and effortless. Working from that inspiration, designers Imma Serra and Xenia Semis combine straightforward, subtly-feminine silhouettes and neutral color palettes for pieces that capture the romance and utility of any highly-coveted, savvy, carefree city girl's closet.
100% of our garments are manufactured on the Iberian Peninsula with 55% locally made in Spain and 45% from sustainable Portuguese partners. All our garments are produced ethically. Those who work in the textile production chain receive a fair wage as well as working in a secure and dignified environment.