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Summer of Wool.
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When we set out to make the perfect summer clothing, we started from the only material with twelve thousand years of product development. Knowing that Merino sheep, obliviously grazing somewhere in New Zealand, held the secret to a transformative life hack.

A summer wearing wool? Sceptical? We get it. But just as you trusted our relentless pursuit of softness would change your mind on “itchy” wool — hear us out on this one as well. There’s some solid (scientific) reasoning behind having wool as a go-to when the mercury rises.


Merino wool can naturally regulate body temperature. When hot, its exceptional breathability allows it to release warmth as needed to prevent overheating. It also has a unique ability to draw moisture away from the skin. It can absorb around 35% of its own weight before feeling wet to the touch (compared to around 7% for synthetic fibres and 20% for linen).


In short, wearing wool in the summer makes perfect sense. It’s a light, fresh layer that can literally take care of itself. Keeping you perfectly temperature regulated, whilst resisting wrinkles and odour-causing moisture (aka sweat). The way this affects your daily life? You can stop worrying about the look of your clothes, or whether you have unsightly patches expanding under your armpits and spend more time simply enjoying summer. That’s our (sheep included) transformative life-hack for you. Our new spring collection made from our finest regenerative Merino wool, with new styles coming soon.

The very softest of revolutions has begun.

Summer of Wool.
Get early access now.

Grace, can you introduce youself to the Flock?
Hey! I'm Grace Mahary, fashion model, sommelier, and founder of non-profit Project Tsehigh/PjT.

How did PjT start?
On a trip visiting family in Eritrea, I experienced power shortages and encountered heavy duty pollutants from the diesel generators being used for electricity; thus, I decided to create PjT, a nonprofit dedicated to providing renewable energy solutions to under-served communitites.

What project do you currently focus on?
PjT currently focuses on solar energy projects around the world. We just completed facilitating solar powered street lamps for basketball courts in Burkina Faso and Nigeria. 

When we set out to make the perfect summer clothing, we started from the only material with twelve thousand years of product development. Knowing that Merino sheep, obliviously grazing somewhere in New Zealand, held the secret to a transformative life hack.

A summer wearing wool? Sceptical? We get it. But just as you trusted our relentless pursuit of softness would change your mind on “itchy” wool — hear us out on this one as well. There’s some solid (scientific) reasoning behind having wool as a go-to when the mercury rises.


Merino wool can naturally regulate body temperature. When hot, its exceptional breathability allows it to release warmth as needed to prevent overheating. It also has a unique ability to draw moisture away from the skin. It can absorb around 35% of its own weight before feeling wet to the touch (compared to around 7% for synthetic fibres and 20% for linen).


In short, wearing wool in the summer makes perfect sense. It’s a light, fresh layer that can literally take care of itself. Keeping you perfectly temperature regulated, whilst resisting wrinkles and odour-causing moisture (aka sweat). The way this affects your daily life? You can stop worrying about the look of your clothes, or whether you have unsightly patches expanding under your armpits and spend more time simply enjoying summer. That’s our (sheep included) transformative life-hack for you. Our new spring collection made from our finest regenerative Merino wool, with new styles coming soon.

The Metamelt Collection is a limited run series of designs by Alexander Lewis. Each piece is crafted using cutting-edge, 3D solar-powered knitting and presented in a meticulously designed 3D world. 3D meets 3D.

The 6 strong set of designs for the Metamelt collection are made using Japanese Wholegarment® 3D knitting technology, using carbon-negative New Zealand Merino wool and designed in blocks of harmonious, Bluesign® approved, dye colours. 


To showcase the designs we have created a digitally rendered 3D ecosystem that foreshadows our future.
An ecosystem where water scarcity hinders life. Where a lack of vegetation cracks the soil. Where only the most adaptable of species can thrive.


It is a world that embodies a physical juxtaposition with the regenerative nature of our knitwear. A vision of a world we lacked care for, whilst as the same time suggesting a vision for the solution.


The very softest of revolutions has begun.

The Knitwear Journey.*
We design knitwear that reconnects us. That makes us more aware of the journey. That tells us the full story of the people and impact behind the things we wear.
*Worried about the amount of counties? Don’t Panic. Transport and travel is less than 1% of our overall carbon footprint.