At MSKH, we make cashmere pullovers. Only? Yes, only. We have designed an exceptional quality line, made in Italy. 3 styles, 4 colours. Just pullovers – on paper, this can seem simple. However, one has to wear a MSKH cashmere to understand.
We design our collection in Paris, we manufacture in Italy. Our factory, a family business located in Venice, produces only 100 copies of each model. A turtleneck version, an asymmetrical round neck version, a graphic round neckversion. Three models in four characteristics colors: nude, flint, lipstick, milk.
The more you wear your MSKH knitted pullover, the more you wash it, the more it wins in beauty.
The singularity of the MSKH pullovers nestles in their details. Mongolia’s cashmere yarn guarantees unprecedented thickness and comfort never seen before. Spurred on by our creative team, the Italian artisans pushed back the technique, succeeding in alternating points and days for a unique graphic design.
An MSKH pullover is recognizable by its reliefs. The edges of the round neck collar brushes the neck. The turtlenecks warm the face. Cut for the city. The lines run on the body like so many arteries crisscrossing the megalopolises.
MSKH talks to today’s women. From Paris to London via Los Angeles or Moscow. To those who take the plane as others jump on a bus, to those who insist on a clothing of comfort and style in all circumstances. The luxury of the’’Avenue Montaigne’’ infused with the Californian sportswear. To embody this woman rooted in her time, MSKH has chosen the American Selah Marley.
At just 18, Lauryn Hill’s daughter and Bob Marley’s granddaughter embodies a connected generation with a well-made head and an ambition screwed to the body.
At the same time DJ, student and model, she likes to fly across the planet, to nourish herself with the people around her, and the countries she strides through. Cool, bright, generous, Selah Marley carries the brands values (and our cashmeres!) and we are proud of it..
MSKH is Majda Sakho’s brand. MSKH was born from a desire to undertake and a meeting. From a shared desire with her childhood friend Noellie Broohm to design a clothing line that as a customer, they dreamed of wearing on a daily basis. Wife of footballer Mamadou Sakho, she is also the mother of two little girls.