Made in Kashmir, India, from the rarest and finest Pashmina, using weaving techniques and arts from 15th century Persia, an Andraab shawl is like no other. It is the definition of wearing something pure and magical.
Pashmina is a luxurious textile that is woven from the combed hairs of goats (Capra Hircus) that are native to the Changthang region in Ladakh. The name “Cashmere”, though, has evolved due to its association with the valley of Kashmir, India, where it has been woven into gorgeous pieces of art for more than five centuries.
Andraab’s mission is to revive the heritage of the Kashmiri Pashmina. By introducing authentic, handwoven Kashmiri shawls, Andraab aspires to breathe life back into a once world-renowned industry. Andraab seeks not only to showcase traditional, exclusive pieces of handwoven luxury, but also to bring fresh ideas, design and color to the Kashmiri Pashmina.