Aragona produces a line for women and men starting from the highest quality yarns. Cashmere is the main product in our collections, but also Extrafine Merinos, Cotton, Linen, Silk. The great technical experience accompanies the entire
production process, from the raw material to the final treatment of the knit, diversifying the finishing procedures with extreme accuracy, always guaranteeing excellent quality. Our dropped knitwear collections are woven using a wide range of machines, from gauges 3, 5, 7, 10, 12 and 14 up to gauges 18, from the latest Japanese seamless technologies to more traditional machines. Our finishing techniques use artisanal procedures such as the airbrushing of the garments, a spray dyeing process from which unique and inimitable sweaters are born, thanks to the creativity and manual skills of true artists.


from which the necessary fiber is obtained to produce a long cardigan


is the length of the yarn needed to make a Cashmere sweater


is the amount of cashmere that can provide a goat in a year

Million Goats

are raised all over the world: 75 million in China, 14 million in Iran, 9 million in Mongolia and 9 million in the rest of the world


It may happen that sweaters made of fine yarns such as Cashmere may show a tendency to form fluff or fiber balls called "pilling". This happens because the shorter fibers of which the yarn is made, in rubbing during daily use or in the washing phase, tend to detach and then agglomerate. This occurrence could be remedied in the production phase by using more twisted yarns, or by adding substances that inhibit the detachment of the fibers; both devices, however, would have the consequence of a significant loss of softness and softness.
Our philosophy leads us to prefer a knitted garment that expresses all the naturalness of the precious yarn of which it is made. The appearance of pilling should not be interpreted as an indicator of low quality of the materials used, nor should it be a cause for concern because it can be removed with simple maintenance, either manually or using special tools. The first rule is to never wear a cashmere garment two days in a row, but let it rest for at least one day, airing it for a few hours on a flat surface outdoors before wearing it again. We recommend particular care for the use of this noble product, so that its wonderful characteristics are enhanced over time: lightness, extreme softness, high thermoregulation
capacity, great hygroscopicity, antistaticity and clear tendency to fel less. Here is a brief vademecum on how our cashmere should be treated:
- Gently remove the fiber agglomerates (pilling) on a flat surface by hand or with suitable tools to facilitate the operation
- Hand wash inside out at a temperature not exceeding 30 ° C
- Use specific detergents for wool in small quantities
- Rinse well, avoiding squeezing vigorously
- Carefully spread the garment horizontally to dry it, avoiding sources of light and heat
- If the garment has been properly treated, it will not be necessary to iron it, at most a simple shot of steam
After the first washings carried out with these precautions, the formation of pilling will end naturally and the original softness of the Cashmere will be preserved over time.

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