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Kinross Cashmere is pleased to unveil its latest collection of womenswear and accessories for the Spring/Summer 2018 season. Titled “Ipanema,” the collection draws inspiration from Brazil’s verdant rainforests, rhythm-filled streets and white sandy beaches. Featuring design elements such as brushstroke and waterfall printed linens, cashmere tops with pleated and tulip sleeves and intricate textured cottons, the collection reflects refined and timeless silhouettes.



“From the hazy mist that surrounds Brazil’s majestic waterfalls in our ombre dyed ponchos to the mystical shades of pink from naturally occurring tourmaline crystals in our wraps, the Kinross Cashmere Spring/Summer Collection embodies clothes to easily move and breathe in while still feeling stylish,” says Mary McCann, co-founder and EVP of sales and merchandising, Kinross Cashmere. “With contrasting weights, yarns and stitches that seamlessly complement each other and allow pieces to effortlessly layer, the collection consists of soft, earthy neutrals, crisp whites and rich, vibrant hues found in scarves, dresses, cardigans, and more.”



Standout pieces perfect for strolling the chic beaches and dancing the night away include:

Pleated Sleeve Pullover made from 100-percent cashmere with a sleek undulating sleeve. Colors: Bleach Sand, Fuchsia, Guava, Palmetto, Periwinkle, Petal and Silver Mist.

Brush Stroke Printed Linen Dress made from 100-percent linen, sleeveless and V-neck front, in both Beachwood and Stormy Sky multi prints, reflect relaxed elegance.

Easy Vee Pullover made from a soft 100-percent cotton tape yarn is the perfect staple piece to carry from spring to summer. Colors: Cove, Sand Dollar and White.

The Kinross Cashmere Spring/Summer 2018 collection ranges in price from $140-$350 USD and is available in sizes S-XL.



The collection arrives at more than 500 retailers nationwide in mid-February. Look for it on the North Shore in such boutiques as Mahri (both its Manchester-By-The-Sea and Marblehead locations) and J. Mode in Salem.