We’ve scoured the internet to bring you our shortlist of the very best places to buy cashmere online. In words and pictures below.


The chicest - Iris & Ink (The Outnet): Iris & Ink is The Outnet’s own label, The Outnet being the outlet of Net-A-Porter, if you follow me. It’s the perfect place to find basics whose prices are as soft as the cropped sweatshirts in classic colours.


The most American - J.Crew: This one might also have the widest choice. Here, cashmere comes in many forms (sweatshirts, hooded tops, hats, gloves, coats, leggings and more) with options for everyone, babies and children, included.


The most pop-art - Chinti and Parker: This British brand offers simple, elegant and original knitwear that is ethically made and sourced. Pop by for the super-soft tops, two-tone cardigans and brightly coloured sweatshirts with contrasting cuffs or playful slogans (LOVE, pineapples, stars, hearts, watermelons...).

The most gypsy - Poncho Gallery: The core is a collection of ponchos made from Italian cashmere. But there are also tunics, wraps and accessories, all in the softest of knits for discreet, Parisian elegance.


The most classic – Eric Bompard: Everything you ever wanted, now in cashmere. Eric Bompard is the go-to brand for high quality, classic cashmere for men, women and children.


The most fashionable Equipment: This brand is better known for the simple chic of its androgynous silk shirts but it also stocks a beautiful collection of round and v-necked cashmere sweatshirts and gilets in neutral tones for a classical, minimalist fashion approach.


The furthest to goBanjo & Matilda: This Australian brand takes a relaxed, down to earth approach to luxury. You will find essentials such as sweatshirts and hooded tops, either with or without slogans, tracksuits and travel accessories, all knitted from softest cashmere.



The most masculine - Paris Yorker: The ultra-soft jumpers from this menswear brand are knitted with Papi Fabio cashmere, a famous Italian yarn and one of the oldest in the world.