This turtleneck jumper is made from merino wool and cashmere. Its weight is dense, its touch is soft and its fit is that of a fisherman's sweater. No wonder, since it comes from Inis Meáin, the company Tarlach de Blácam created to counter the desertification of his island.With his wife Áine, he developped a manufacture of fishermen's clothes imagined and knitted for centuries by the women of Inis Meáin. Together, they updated the traditional sailor jumper from the Aran Islands, warm and protective, respecting the original models, colours included. Here, the gradient of colours is inspired by dry stones, this raw rock that makes up the wild landscapes of Inis Meáin.
For those interested in the trousers shown here, a Japanese denim five-pocket, they come from Super Stitch, our neighbours rue Racine. You can order it on their website internet.