A few years ago, I had followed a tangential article link that told me that perfumier Jean-Claude Ellena was conceptualising a new perfume - combining essences of rose and leather… and that image stuck fast in my mind. What would leather and rose look like in combination on yarn? I was thinking aged leather, and Gallica roses, and brass tack and aged botanical rose prints - all inspiration for this new, layered colourway.
Care Instructions: For long term fibre and colour care a gentle, PH neutral detergent (preferably natural/organic) and cold water rinse is recommended. Refrain from excessive wringing. Dry flat, avoiding prolonged exposure to harsh sunlight.