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Modern conceptual design pieces hand framed in the world's the finest cashmere. Designed in Ireland, under the creative direction of Irish designer Lucy Downes. A Sphere One piece of knitwear supports the ideal of design integrity and quality, shaped by sensitivity to place and explorations of colour, underpinned by exacting technical construction. The individually hand framed and hand embroidered pieces in the world's finest cashmere envelop the wearer in a sublime feeling of tactile softness and featherweight warmth

The Sphere One circle is hand-stitched at the back-neck of each garment using a different coloured yarn each season. Unobtrusive to the wearer, the softness of the garment is kept intact against the skin. This subtle logo characterises the craftsmanship of the collection, where each piece is woven on a hand loom or knitted on a hand frame. The circle is central to the identity of the brand, from the pleasing purity of the shape, to the environmental spheres we live in and the cocooning nature of what we wear.

For over twenty years, a commitment to working with the best natural yarns has been at the core of Sphere One’s philosophy. The finest mills in Scotland and Italy – mills with reputations built on years of acquired skill and craftsmanship – comb, dye, twist and spin the cashmere for luxury, longevity and beauty. The cashmere is dyed before spinning, giving a vibrancy and depth to every colour, while the quality of the yarn ensures an exquisite finish and reduced pilling.

Sphere One has always been passionate about zero waste, and garments are made by hand and to order so yarns and garments are never stockpiled. When you invest in a Sphere One design you can feel confident that you are investing in the world’s finest yarns, expertly milled, spun and dyed, strictly to requirements and mindful of sustainability. We believe a Sphere One piece should be a luxurious keepsake, and given care at every point of it's journey, from maker to wearer, for the lifespan of the garment.