Our collections boast many colors for each season.
And so, many yarns are not fully used and remain "dormant" in our warehouses.
This is an unacceptable waste, considering also the very high quality of them.

Malo Re-Cashmere represents an ancient tradition,
that of Tuscan rags that recovered textile
residues to make new garments.

The cenciaiolo represents the history of Prato, linked to the economic revival of the local system.
Making the rag is a tiring job, sitting all day in uncomfortable positions (it was said "to put on the pillow")
but that even today, for the few remaining, is of great satisfaction also for the reuse of what would be thrown.
An act of love for the planet and an activity of great value.

Unique. Fine. Made in Malo.

Malo Re-Cashmere comes from the recovery of our yarns that come from production residues before use.

They are therefore virgin yarns of the highest quality renewed, which are regenerated for new garments and accessories of impeccable quality.

This method allows us to give value to all our yarn that our artisans work with passion, care and attention.


Zero Waste

We work daily to improve our production processes. We use all the residual yarns until the end of the rock, creating new products with a view to reducing waste and waste.

Washing and care

Quality cashmere is not only the finest, softest, and warmest yarn in nature but also the most durable; if properly maintained, it can last for decades.

  • Hand washing is always preferable; the water should never exceed thirty degrees, as the sweater may shrink if too hot.
  • After adding a tablespoon of specific gentle detergent, immerse the garment inside out in the water, and do not soak for more than ten minutes.
  • Rinse your cashmere with fresh water, being careful not to rub it. Avoid wringing it out as it may lose its shape.
  • Lay the garment on a clean towel on a flat surface, gently roll the ends to remove excess water.
  • Lay your cashmere in its natural shape on another towel or a drying rack. Avoid hanging it, as the weave may distort.
  • When the garment is completely dry, fold it and store it in the wardrobe. The most stringent experts suggest letting it rest for at least twenty-four hours before wearing it again.