Only the finest materials are used in the Wolford production process. Egyptian cotton, Mongolian cashmere and French lace are just a few examples that illustrate Wolford’s commitment to acquiring high-quality materials from around the world.
Taking shortcuts, such as acquiring low-quality fabrics at bulk prices, may drive up profits but these methods can never match the authentically luxurious texture and comfort found in clothing derived from fine materials. The peerless quality of Wolford products is only possible with top-shelf materials acquired from across the globe. The soft touch of Wolford fabric on your skin will make you a believer.
Let's take a closer look at the fabrics and materials that define Wolford quality.
Lugano Shirt white
Athens Top white
Cordoba Pullover white
The cotton plant belongs to the mallow family. The hull fibers growing around the seeds of the shrubs are harvested to produce cotton. These natural fibers are then spun into thread and sold on the market as raw material.
Egyptian Mako cotton and Sea Island cotton from the West Indies. These are generally considered to be the highest-quality cotton varieties.
Natural cotton fibers are gentle on the skin and incredibly durable. The airy structure of the plant allows it to breathe and helps regulate body temperature. As a kind material cotton has little risk of potential allergies or skin irritation.
Fine Merino Cardigan silver cloud
Multifunction Merino Scarf anthr. melé
Fine Merino Pullover rose tan
Merino wool is produced from the soft fur of merino sheep. Due to its naturally soft feel and fine texture merino wool is the highest-quality sheep's wool.
The majority of our wool is imported from Australia.
As a natural fiber wool is distinguished by its ability to regulate temperature. Wool can be worn almost all year long - even in extreme cold, heat or humidity. It is able to absorb a significant amount of moisture without feeling damp. With the correct care, most wool fabrics retain their shape easily and are very crease-resistant.
Cashmere/Silk Tights mocca
Cashmere/Silk Tights black
Cashwool Plaid black
At the end of the winter cashmere fibers are harvested by combing out the soft undercoat of the cashmere goat. Every animal produces around 150g of fibers, which must be (manually) cleaned and separated from the individual guard hairs. The fibers should be as fine as possible, with a long staple-length and light color.
Most cashmere is imported from China, Mongolia and the Central Asian highlands.
The hair of the cashmere goat has a unique luster, and is extremely soft and smooth. The goats' special living conditions, their rarity and the demanding harvesting process make cashmere fibers very precious. It is strongly recommended that care instructions be followed for cashmere products at all times.
Viscose Pullover white
Honolulu Shirt white
Pure String Body black
Viscose fiber is among the oldest man-made fibers and is based on cellulose(wood fiber).
Outstanding color luminosity can be achieved with dyed cellulose. It is very kind to the skin and feels pleasantly cool when the weather is hot. The fabric has a cool, smooth feel and excellent drape for a flowing outline and shape.