Sleek Organic and Natural Wool Coats from Argentina

Garments made from natural wool and knitted with a loom usually have a rustic feel that not always adequate to modern styles. Argentine brand Cubreme has come to change that completely.

Launched by entrepreneur Alejandra Gottelli, who has been involved in creating with renewable resources and under environmentally and socially responsible practices for the past three years, the brand works with wool from camelids and sheep raised in their natural environment and ethically treated.

Fabrics are developed by artisan workshops (no artificial dyes involved) and the final confection is done in tailor shops, where they get a high couture finishing. This way the brand achieves a very short productive chain that takes care of environmental and social factors.


Jacket: 90% llama fibers and 10% natural silk. Inside covering: 100% natural cotton.


Detail of the coat and covering.


Coat: 100% llama wool. Inside covering: 100% natural cotton.


Coat: 100% merino sheep wool. Inside covering: 100% natural cotton.

Cubreme ( La Nacion) garments have a classic yet contemporary feel and do not follow ephemeral fashion trends. This is part of the brand's core values: "we want to transmit the distinction and loyalty of lasting things," they say on their website.

The coats collection is sold at the brand's showroom (388 Maipu st., 6th floor, apt "F", Buenos Aires) and at the Hilton Buenos Aires at their store in Buenos Aires.


Coat: 100% merino sheep wool. Inside covering: 100% natural cotton.


Coat: 100% merino sheep wool. Inside covering: 100% natural cotton.

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