Calzino da donna, realizzato in mohair e lana, perfetto per la stagione invernale.
L’unione di questi materiali naturali crea un articolo caldo e resistente, adatto alle giornate più fredde, reso unico dall’estrema morbidezza e dal vivace gioco delle due bande orizzontali a contrasto all’altezza della caviglia.
Disponibile in diversi accostamenti di colori.
Made in Italy.
Composizione: 50% kid mohair, 42% poliammide, 6% lana merino, 2% elastan
You may return or exchange any item ordered within 14 days of the product delivery date .
The first step is to send an email to: email@example.com
The items must be returned in their original condition complete with original packaging.
Shipping and customs charges are always the responsibility of the customer.
Deliveries take place during office hours from Monday to Friday , excluding public holidays.
PRODUCT MADE ENTIRELY BY HAND
SHIPMENTS ALL OVER THE WORLD
Why choose Maria La Rosa
MADE IN ITALY: QUALITY AND EXCELLENCE
Art turns into fashion, tradition slips in contemporaneity and sustainability
influences behavior. For over thirty years Maria La Rosa atelier conjugates
these different universes, only apparently very far away, to create bags, socks
and accessories. Unique and original. Handmade: combining a careful selection
of raw materials with the slowness of centuries-old weaving techniques. With an
always new and innovative look at the world.
SUSTAINABILITY AND SLOW FASHION
A totally manual creative process, which has its roots in the past but is aimed
to the future. Synthesis of a continuous stylistic research of a
multidisciplinary kind, not only aesthetic and technical: far from the logic of
disposable and, with this, from everything that is transient, produced in an
industrial way – fast and serial – chasing quantity and profit.
Every creation signed by Maria La Rosa has in itself a story made of memories and
emotions, which becomes visual and tactile: giving shape - color and design – to
objects born hand-weaving the best yarns made in Italy, among which natural
fibers are preferred such as cotton, raffia, linen, silk, chenille, cashmere
and alpaca. Interweaved with old wooden looms, devoid of mechanical parts and
working also with other techniques such as macramé, knit, crochet and