Magician Fringe Sweater

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Magician Fringe Sweater

223.20 372.00

Boxy, oversized fit with extra long, slightly belled sleeves. 4" long slits at side seam and stepped hem. Available in Black.

74% Suri Alpaca, 22% Wool, 4% Polyamide. Dry Clean only.

Sizing:

The best way to determine your proper size is to compare these measurements to those of a comparable garment in your wardrobe. The measurement given is of the width across the chest, which is equal to the length from the crook of the neck to the back hem. The front length is 2" shorter than the back length. Measurements are taken flat. 

XS: 19"

S: 20"

M: 21"

L: 22"

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Alpaca wool is not only softer than lamb’s wool—it’s a more environmentally friendly option as well. While the lanolin and guard hair of sheep fibers require extensive washing and scouring in chemical baths, alpaca fibers, naturally lacking these, need only a light wash to achieve their cloudy, silken texture. This means alpaca wool production uses fewer chemicals and less water, leaving a much smaller environmental impact. Moreover, alpacas emit fewer greenhouse gasses, and their prickle-free wool is naturally hypoallergenic, biodegradable and recyclable.

Arcana’s alpaca wool is sourced from Incalpaca, a Peruvian company deeply rooted in ancient Andean culture. Their respect for the Andes’ precious ecosystem and native people is central to their mission to produce the finest wool for the most discerning customers. Native people have thrived side-by-side with their alpaca herds in the Andes for millennia, and thus alpaca textiles are as integral to Peruvian identity as the mountains that frame their landscape.

Incalpaca works closely with native shepherd communities, mentoring them and providing education on entrepreneurship and environmental innovations, while honoring their inborn skills and artisanal traditions. By marrying old-world techniques and modern innovation, Incalpaca has created a system that preserves and protects the Andean ecosystem and its rich cultural heritage.

Incalpaca’s yarns were ranked in the top five in the world. This is a bold message to the larger textile marketplace that choosing to produce sustainably is not a sacrifice, but a commitment to quality that can only arise from pure products and the care of skillful, human hands.

Incalpaca is certified BASC - Business Alliance for Secure Commerce and WRAP - Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production.