The La Sierra Black Rollo Knit Top Jumper featuring a crew neck, long sleeves and can be worn to to fit regularly (select your normal size) or slouched (select one size up). This beautiful lightweight sweater handmade from an Alpaca blend perfect the cooler months or to throw on in the cool evenings of Spring.
A perfect trans-seasonal blend of 70% Alpaca and 30% Pima Cotton.
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La Sierra represents the following values:
La Sierra is an Australian based fashion and homewares brand. Everything is
made utilising Alpaca fibre, crafted in South America by small-scale family run
artisan businesses. We design timeless pieces that can be worn year after
year, encouraging quality over quantity.
Founder and Designer Sophie explains "I am passionate about slow fashion and capturing the stories behind the clothes we wear. I want to highlight the importance of knowing where your clothes come from, interweaving the connections between the artisans and their traditions with my personal journey.
My goal is to connect people to place and to all aspects of the amazing
sustainability of the Alpaca fibre. I aim to really tell our customers the story
about where their products come from and introduce them to the people who
make their clothes, in a way that promotes more conscious consuming
and the rejection of fast fashion".
The fleecy coat of the Alpaca is renowned for being among the softest in the world. An alpaca produces enough fleece each year to create several soft, warm sweaters for our comfort. This is only one of the ways in which the alpaca contributes to slow fashion, sustainability and energy conservation!
Alpacas have been domesticated for over 5,000 years and, being sensitive and well-adapted to their environment. They are an eco-friendly animal farmed with sustainable practices in their native habitat, the Andes Mountains of South America.