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Paris West

Paris West Windowpane Scarf

$150.00 $185.00

Windowpane plaid two ways! Made from 100% ultra premium royal baby alpaca, this stylish scarf has a beautiful texture and weight. Perfect for any gender. Knit by machine in Brooklyn and finished by hand locally.

Sustainable with a low environmental impact, alpacas have padded feet and graze lightly without destroying the land. And they are as productive as they are gentle on the earth. One alpaca produces enough fleece to make 4 of these scarves. It would take 12 cashmere goats a year to produce the same amount.

  • 100% Baby Alpaca
  • Scarf Dimensions: 15" x 68"
  • Dry Clean Only
  • Made in Brooklyn, NY
Paris West's process combines modern knitting technology with alpaca, a luxury natural fiber, to create timeless American-made accessories that tell a story and last a lifetime. Their fiber is consciously sourced from Peru, knit using computerized knitting machines in Brooklyn and finished by hand locally. This approach allows them to pair made-in-America quality with high design, and sustainable practices with bar-none products that are made to bring warmth to the everyday.

Windowpane plaid two ways! Made from 100% ultra premium royal baby alpaca, this stylish scarf has a beautiful texture and weight. Perfect for any gender. Knit by machine in Brooklyn and finished by hand locally.

Sustainable with a low environmental impact, alpacas have padded feet and graze lightly without destroying the land. And they are as productive as they are gentle on the earth. One alpaca produces enough fleece to make 4 of these scarves. It would take 12 cashmere goats a year to produce the same amount.

  • 100% Baby Alpaca
  • Scarf Dimensions: 15" x 68"
  • Dry Clean Only
  • Made in Brooklyn, NY
Paris West's process combines modern knitting technology with alpaca, a luxury natural fiber, to create timeless American-made accessories that tell a story and last a lifetime. Their fiber is consciously sourced from Peru, knit using computerized knitting machines in Brooklyn and finished by hand locally. This approach allows them to pair made-in-America quality with high design, and sustainable practices with bar-none products that are made to bring warmth to the everyday.