Founded in 1918, French label Le Kasha became acclaimed for its innovative fabric made with Kashmir goat hair and for revolutionising 1920s dress codes. The freedom of movement and drape caught the eye of Coco Chanel, who used it to create her first suit collection. Today, the label is led by Mali Marciano and inspired by her love of travelling to create a collection of cashmere sweaters sourced from regions of Inner Mongolia, with silk tops and trousers made in Paris. Each piece allows for comfortable and light travel, allowing the wearer to jump from wherever they are to lunch or dinner without any fuss. We’re re-embracing the concept that less is more.