Be inspired by the simple things.
It's the joy of looking at the world with the childlike eyes. The simple scene of nature, the transhumance of the Nomads, the infinite patience of the Kashmiri weavers remind us to appreciate the everyday and cherish the timeless treasures.
Over the centuries, authentic pashmina has, in succession, been worn by Mughol Emperors, Indian and Iranian nobles, French Empresses and British aristocrats. The remarkable attributes pashmina possesses have seen it exported to the four corners of the globe. If Pashmina is so exceptionally lightweight and uniquely delicate, it is thanks to pashm fibre, an extremely fine cashmere harvested from the winter undercoat of goats in Ladakh in the upper reaches of the Himalayas.
Director & Edition: Florence Bourgade