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We’ve all been there: you take that cashmere jumper out of the wash only to realise it's small enough for a doll. Finally, Kit and Ace’s Technical Cashmere™ has the answer to all your shrinkage woes.

Kit and Ace is the master of Technical Cashmere™. Simply put, you can pop it in the washer and dryer without fear of it resembling a miniature jumper. With hardwearing fabrics that provide added stretch, this is the true definition of a wardrobe classic - for work, rest and play.

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Rich pickings: Kit and Ace’s luxury Technical Cashmere™ is this season’s go-to.

What’s more, this West Coast luxury brand is setting up shop on London’s Redchurch Street – the iconic Shoreditch stretch – so you can check out the latest collection before buying. With rich fabrics that last and feminine silhouettes that can be dressed up or down, this is the ultimate wardrobe staple.

Need a caffeine fix? The in-store Sorry Coffee Co. bar serves up cappuccinos, lattes and espressos while you check out the hipster photography on the walls and peruse the latest collections. The cosy warmth of cashmere just got a whole lot cooler (and easier to look after).

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