Saved’s Luxurious Cashmere Throws Are Pure Art
How often do you see a blanket that doubles as a piece of artwork? That’s what it feels like viewing SAVED’s luxurious cashmere throws. Not only are they each delicately made in Mongolian cashmere, but they also are incredibly chic canvases that are pure works of art. I’ve often drooled over the pieces from the New York store, but you now can shop a couple of pieces from our very own Interior Monologue’s shop.
Sean McNanney, who was most recently at Ralph Lauren Home, is an artist and designer based in Brooklyn, NY. Drawing from his roots in textiles, he has dedicated SAVED to provide luxurious warmth to your home. But it isn’t just about handcrafted pieces — they have also taken the delicate nomadic Mongolian culture to create a unique and comfortable throw that will last.
Each item is handmade in sustainably sourced Mongolian Yak down, cashmere, or camel hair incorporating nomadic Mongolian traditions. While the production of SAVED’s cashmere throws is rooted in heritage, the designs are unique and modern merging old and new world traditions. McNanney is influenced by Victorian ephemera, French ironwork, and early 20th century textiles. SAVED pieces are meant to be warm, stylish, and long-lasting which makes them the perfect gift for any time of year. With each of its luxurious materials hand collected, it’s easy to see why each throw is truly a piece of art.
Mongolian cashmere is a celebrated luxury fiber unique to the complex and dramatic landscape from which it comes. Like the Yak, the Hircus Goat grows a fine, warm, and lightweight undercoat beneath its coarser hair in order to survive the colder seasons of its hostile home environment. Once a year in the spring, nomadic goat herders harvest the fleece, not by shearing, but by gently combing the animals. This continues the tradition of producing some of the finest cashmere the world has to offer. The Mongolian nomadic life relies deeply on the providings of the land and the elements of the earth, thriving only in patterns of constant migration.
Sean collaborates with incredible artists including Richard Haines and our beloved Antoinette Poisson, bringing their extraordinary work to a whole new texture of luxury textiles. What other collectors’ items can also keep you cozy and warm through the winter?
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