Shingora Dot.

Coming out of left field with this one, the Shingora Dot is not what it seems. It looks as if it’s knitted, but it’s actually tightly woven. And despite being mostly cotton, it has the fluffy softness of wool. Add to that, the miniature dot pattern reminiscent of Japanese sashiko fabrics, and you’ve got something truly unique. Mystifying, even! The word ‘practical’ doesn’t usually follow ‘mystifying,’ but with its soft feel and sturdy quality the Shingora Dot is practical, and highly wearable too. So much so that we’ve used it for jackets, hoodies, and track pants this season.