Things we Like: Vogue Netherlands October


It was thrilling to have our cashmere knickers featured in this beautiful shoot in The Gambia.


Thanks Jetteke Van Lexmond and everyone at Vogue Netherlands!




Things we Like: Bonding Sessions May

We're partnering with bonds. Hackney on a new series of in-store talks that will form part of a podcast series, Bonding Sessions.

Read all about it...

Things we Like: Wonderland Magazine May

Thanks @Wonderland for featuring our cashmere knickers and socks 
Stylist: Lottie Warren

    Making MM cashmere... May

    Things we Like: Virgin Start Up April

    Thanks Virgin Start Up for featuring our look book tips as we prepare for AW18.


    Have a read... here


    Things we Like: AW18 March

    As always, we capture all of the moments in-between the scenes using instax film.

    Here is a selection of our favs from the STILL LIFE collection...

    ... more to follow.



    MM x SUNDAYS LONDON February

    Available to shop now, just in time for Valentines Day!

    Things we Like: MM x SUNDAYS LONDON February

    Sisters, Misters, Mothers, & Lovers...

    We have valentines, galentines and any other day you want to show someone special some love, covered.

    We are ecstatic to announce a special collaboration with Sundays London, just in time for Valentines Day...

    Our classic cashmere knickers, in love 'seasonal' pallet - bright poppy red and vibrant violet blocked together to create the perfect treat for your peach.

    Sundays brings a silk crepe de chine cami top with a deep V in contrasting prints of mini hearts in a graphic grid & sharp bold blooms in shades of poppy red, lilac and violet. A co-ordinating super soft reversible eye mask, picking your print depending on which side of the bed you wake up on.

    Look forward to lounging... luxuriously!

     Pieces sold individually or as part of a set.

    Things we Like: Evening Standard November


    Date: 7 November 17

    Featuring: MM Intarsia V sweater 

    Stylist: Emma McCarthy


    Evening Standard Nov 17


    This one...

    MM Intarsia V sweater

    Thank you!


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    Storage Advice: Always wash before storing your cashmere garments, any trace of dirt or dust may attract clothing moths.

    If you don’t have time to wash it, pop it into the freezer in a sealed zip lock bag until you’re ready. Freezing kills and stops the development of the moth larvae that makes the holes in our knitted clothes.


    Care Instructions: Remove pilling using a Sweater Stone© or similar pill removal device; this will remove the long fibres as well as freshening the look of your cashmere.

    Always follow the care instruction label to the letter. Every garment is different but most cashmere can be hand washed using a mild detergent such as Woolite© or machine washed at 30 degrees on the wool program using a non-biological detergent. Washing will make the piece softer over time.

    Reshape while wet and dry flat - this will stop your garment from stretching.

    Ruffs are hand-wash or dry-clean only, reshape while wet and dry flat.

    Darning Instructions: Our cashmere socks are sold with darning yarn so you can repair and prolong the life of your lovely socks. Please email us if you require additional yarn and we’ll send some out to you free of charge.

    You will need:
    • The yarn contained in the sock packaging.
    • A darning needle - this can be purchased from any haberdashery.
    • A darning mushroom or something with a curve, such as a teacup.

    How to darn (it sounds more complicated than it is):
    1) Place your darning mushroom (or equivalent) under the hole.
    2) If it’s quite a big hole that you are darning, sew a circle of running stitch about half a centimetre away from the edge of your hole to prevent the hole from stretching and getting worse while you are mending it.
    3) Secure your thread by sewing two to three stitches on top of each other, in an undamaged part of fabric close to the hole.
    4) Sew horizontal stitches across the hole starting and ending close to – but on the hole side of – your circle of running stitches.
    5) Then weave a series of stitches perpendicular to your horizontal stitches, working the thread over and under your stitches.
    6) Make sure that you leave a long end on the thread when you are finished so that you can weave it into the repair, rather than securing it with a knot.

    Please email us if you would like further advice on care or storage.


    All orders will be processed within 24hrs and dispatched via Royal Mail Special Delivery.

    Outside of the UK - Please email and we can look into making special arrangements.