I came across House Of Nimo's stall at one of The Earth Collective's organic Saturday markets, instantly drawn to their blush-pink stoles. Honestly, I’ve yet to feel a softer fabric than this one. I’ll spare you the details about the manufacturing process, but let me assure you, they’ve made painstaking efforts (right from the procuring of the cashmere to the spinning and weaving) to make sure that you get the best-quality product to use. They’re all handcrafted and ethically made. Even the dyes they use are 100% natural. The knitting/weaving is actually done by local Ladakhi women. They also make hats, but I haven’t seen those myself.
These Pure Pashmina Stoles Are So Soft, You’ll Never Want To Take 'Em Off
What Makes It Awesome
What Could Be Better
Availing them is a bit tedious, but only for a little while. They’re working on their website, which will be up and running in a month or so. But, they’re regular at exhibitions, especially on every Saturday at The Earth’s Collective organic market.
How Much Did It Cost
The range starts at INR 6,000.