Lis-Lareida cashmere

Cashmere Knitwear Using Scottish Spun Yarn

The Cashmere Yarns used in our 100% Cashmere Knitwear Collection are produced in Scotland, using methods that are true to the ways of the past, with washing in pure, soft Scottish water that is essential to the feel – and the look of – our cashmere.

Colour Dyes used are environmentally friendly. Once dyeing is completed, the pure soft Scottish water drawn from the Loch can be cleaned and returned to the Loch – cleaned to make sure the brown trout, pink-footed geese and 35,000 wintering birds can thrive in this Loch, a world-renowned RSPB nature reserve.

Our Scottish Yarn supplier works in partnership with approved de-hairers, encouraging sustainable herding and grazing practises by the nomadic farmers, promoting high standards of animal welfare, and working to a traditional way of life within nomadic communities.


Piuma Couture Responsibly Sourced Down

Down is biodegradable and recyclable and when sourced properly, is the by-product of the global food industry. By taking this waste product for use in clothing and outdoor wear, down and feather contributes to the overall sustainability of our world instead of contributing to our worldwide landfill issues.

LIS LAREIDA advocates the protection of animal welfare in terms of traceability and sustainability and works with down and feather producers that complies with industry standards and European regulations.

Our Down supplier abides by sustainable and humane procurement methods and is certified by the CFDIA, a member of the Global International Down and Feather Bureau (IDFB), with a Non Live-Plucked Products Guarantee Certificate.
Our Down supplier is also a member of the Responsible Down Standard (RDS). The Responsible Down Standard aims to ensure that down and feathers come from animals that have not been subjected to unnecessary harm with respect for the humane treatment of animals.




This Collection of luxury fabrics is realised using post-industrial recycled polyester from plastic water bottles.

These plastic bottles are recovered in Italy to produce the yarn and fabrics in Italy, granting a 100% Recycled fabric. Made In Italy, following the strict prescription of the Global Recycle Standard and certified by Global Recycle Standard (GRS).

During the weaving and finishing process, only chemicals allowed by the Global Organic Textile Standard are used.
This recycled fabric leads the luxury fashion industry into the circular economy where nothing is wasted and everything is possible. Not just a boon for the environment but a journey into unprecedented material properties that offer a more luxurious experience for the customer.