Crafted from wool indigenous to India, this winter we have collaborated with our brand partner Dak India to produce our woollen stoles. Cosy, warm, toasty and yet elegant and stylish in the minimal designs.
- 100% sheep wool spun and dyed using low chemical dyes.
- Size: 50 x 160 cm
- The minimal yet impactful design of the stoles
- Unisex design
- Limited edition
Due to the nature of the product please allow a standard 5% deviation from the stated dimensions.
Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for sizing queries.
Made proudly in India.
Stoles are handwoven from machine-carded and spun sheep wool yarn and dyed using azo-free dyes.
Variations and irregularities are to be expected and celebrated.
Gentle hand wash in cold water using a mild, no bleach and wool-specific detergent.
Line dry in the shade. Do not bleach. Low-heat steam iron.
Or Eco Dry Clean
Our gorgeous woollen stoles can be easily styled with your existing winter wardrobe staples or with our winter collection.
Hand-woven on a traditional loom, hand-knotted, and dyed, these unique pieces are made from 100% sheep/lamb wool. The yarn is hand woven by our artisan partner in Dharmsala, Himachal Pradesh. The wool is sourced from Kullu and Mandi regions in Himachal Pradesh. The only machine process is carding, i.e., disentangling, cleaning and intermixing fibres to produce a continuous web or sliver suitable for subsequent processing. Our partners source the wool directly from the shepherding communities from different villages. The whole process of creating 'desi oon' spans many months of hard work that begins with proper care of the herd and culminates in the hands of our artisan community, who then creates pure magic that then becomes our luxurious bespoke stoles/mufflers.
Dāk India is woman-owned and led by Urvashi, a design graduate from NIFT, Mumbai. The brand came into existence in 2021 through social platforms, with the idea to learn and explore the possibilities of handwoven textiles and create essential home goods out of them. Urvashi wanted to create a model with achievable sustainable production, so she introduced the upcycled collections that use the fabric offcuts generated during sampling. Urvashi is also passionate about fair trade and one of her core values is to support artisans and makers whilst providing a fair living wage. Read More