New from startup bedding brand Parachute: blanket-weight cashmere throws and merino travel accessories for comfort lovers on the go. Just in time for the looming winter weather and holiday gift-giving season ahead.
Parachute was one of the first Internet-era companies to rethink the high price tag of luxury linens, launching with a line of premium-quality cotton bedding made in a small factory in Tuscany. The company has since added pillows, duvets, and more to its now-full range of bedding offerings.
Above (L to R): The Blanket-Weight Cashmere Throw in camel and sand, charcoal and gray, and indigo and navy.
Above: The Blanket-Weight Cashmere Throw is made of 100 percent cashmere wool from Scotland, with substantial heft to combat winter chill. Make it a sofa staple or use it as a seasonal layer atop the bed. Shown here in indigo with a navy stripe; $319.
Above: Shown here in camel and sand, the throw has a subtly contrasting stripe and comes in a gift-worthy cotton drawstring bag.
Above: Black out unwanted light with Parachute’s Merino Eye Mask, made of 100 percent merino wool. The mask is fully lined and stays put with a comfortable knitted headband; $39.
Above: Pretend you’re in business class with Parachute’s Merino Travel Kit made of soft merino wool in three parts: a fully lined eye mask, a wool blanket with whipstitch finish, and a carrying case that brilliantly doubles as an airplane pillow cover. In charcoal; $149.
Above: Parachute’s blanket-weight throws; available now, just in time for the holidays.