The Aurora Sweater combines timeless knitted Alpaca techniques with the playful whimsy of a Fuchsia pop color. This dramatic pink sweater features an exaggerated cableknit front panel, balanced by a drop shoulder leading into a volumious sleeve, and classic ribbing along the neck, cuffs, and hemline. An effortless outfit with a mid-tone denim and sneakers, or tuck the front into a oversized trouser and chic loafer.
Inspired by the Sacred Valley in Peru, Catherine and Nick Carnevale founded ELEVEN SIX to blend elevated contemporary knitwear with traditional Andean knitting techniques. Created from the finest Alpaca yarns and Peruvian pima cottons, their refined silhouettes, relaxed feminine fits, and signature neutral color palette allow for effortless wear season after season. ELEVEN SIX partners with Peruvian family-owned businesses who employ local, skilled artisans. Created in limited quantities, each piece is handmade. Hang tags have the artist’s signature and edition number to pass on the love and care that went into making the garment.
We are devoted to slow fashion practices that encourage the production of quality products intended for longevity, not disposability. Slow fashion encompasses quality over quantity, the use local skill sets, and humane labor conditions.
Investing in locally made products benefits both the community and the environment. Locally produced goods decrease pollution caused by transportation, while cutting back on wasteful packaging used in product distribution. Additionally, residents gain an influx of jobs, which enhances their community.
We believe in quality products made from the best materials likes those with OEKO-TEX® certification. The OEKO-TEX® label ensures products are free from harmful chemical agents, making them good for the environment and better for you.
We passionately support reforestation and conservation initiatives, which restore forests, maintain biodiversity, and create a healthier climate across the globe. We partner with OneTreePlanted to reduce carbon emissions and support sustainable practices.