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Atelier Delphine

Atelier Delphine Tere Sweater in Alpaca/Mohair/Silk

€414,95

This special version of the Tere Sweater from Atelier Delphine is knit out of the softest possible combination of baby alpaca,  kid mohair, silk and Merino wool.  It features a boat neck, drop shoulder and a relaxed silhouette. Hem hits at high hip. Try pairing this sweater with the Kiko pants for the ultimate snow day ensemble.

Check out the rest of the Atelier Delphine collection here. 


  • Dry clean only.
  • Falls approximately 21-22.5" from shoulder
  • 44% Baby Alpaca, 10% Super Kid Mohair, 5% Merino, 41% Mulberry Silk
  • Made in Peru
Founded by Yuka Izutsu and based in New York and Los Angeles, Atelier Delphine  speaks to the influence of French minimalist cuts combined with an outsourcing of fabrics from all over the world, including Peru. The company works closely with traditional artisans, embedding a deep cultural understanding of the materials they work with to both inform the design process and uphold the creative agency of the artisans involved in the product creation. 

This special version of the Tere Sweater from Atelier Delphine is knit out of the softest possible combination of baby alpaca,  kid mohair, silk and Merino wool.  It features a boat neck, drop shoulder and a relaxed silhouette. Hem hits at high hip. Try pairing this sweater with the Kiko pants for the ultimate snow day ensemble.

Check out the rest of the Atelier Delphine collection here. 


  • Dry clean only.
  • Falls approximately 21-22.5" from shoulder
  • 44% Baby Alpaca, 10% Super Kid Mohair, 5% Merino, 41% Mulberry Silk
  • Made in Peru
Founded by Yuka Izutsu and based in New York and Los Angeles, Atelier Delphine  speaks to the influence of French minimalist cuts combined with an outsourcing of fabrics from all over the world, including Peru. The company works closely with traditional artisans, embedding a deep cultural understanding of the materials they work with to both inform the design process and uphold the creative agency of the artisans involved in the product creation.