Elvang keeps you warm through the winter

Elvang is ready with a new SS18 collection for design enthusiasts

Even though we have only just passed the shortest day of the year, and therefore we can start looking forward to the brighter times, winter is still long, dark and cold. But there is a remedy for that.

Elvangs launches for the SS18 season a collection of super soft baby-alpaca plaids, hitting the shelves at the start of the new year. More specifically, mid February 2018.

Among these new plaids you will find Breeze. This plaid has an exciting structure that adds a new dimension to Elvang's universe of alpaca plaids. The structure makes you feel the weaving more than the well-known Elvang plaids, but without losing the softness, warmth and durability of the alpaca wool.

Breeze comes in six different color combinations. All combinations are woven in three shades, where the white alpaca wool and the sand-colored fringes are continuous to all of them.

The bright fringes provide lightness, contrast and elegance to the dark combination of black and gray and the strong colors of dahlia and swing pink, delph and atlantic, pacific and lagoon, emerald and dahlia, and to the beige and latte-colored combination, the freezers give life to the delicate and elegant expression. The weave and the different color combinations give Breeze a breathtaking, vibrant and airy expression.

All Elvang products stay fresh and look fresh for a long time. This is because the alpaca, with its fine and thin but durable fibers, are some of the most luxurious natural fibers in the world. The alpaca wool, which is the foundation of Elvang's products, creates minimal fluff formation. Over the years, it has become Elvang's hallmark that their products look good, even after many years of use.

Elvang was the first brand to introduce the Danish population to the luxury quality of the alpaca 15 years ago. It happened after a backpacking trip to Peru, where Tina and Lasse, who stood behind Elvang, took alpaca plaids home. Today, Elvang is sold all over the world.

The company is known for its high integrity in relation to suppliers, collaborators and customers, and their products are known for quality and Scandinavian aesthetics. As one of very few companies in Denmark, Elvang is certified by the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO).

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