Žemiau (pronounced “zhey-meow”) means below in Lithuanian and, if you were to fly across Lithuania like a bird, you'd look down and see her. Not literally, but her alpaca wool color blocks could easily be the wheat fields, white sand dunes and sun bleached fields of their home country.
Designed in collaboration with Lithuanian designer Eglė Žiemytė, she's made from socially farmed Peruvian wool with no chemical dyes in sight. Naturally hypoallergenic and free of microplastics, her super long sleeves are designed for cold days.
The model Alina (first photo) is 1.67m / 5'6" and is wearing the Žemiau Cardigan in size M.
Inspired by old-school Northern craft, The Knotty ones focus on contemporary aesthetics and minimal designs, as well as empowering the hardworking craftswomen that help create them.
Founded by 3 friends who wanted to make a difference, they are big believers in shopping less for higher quality. They wanted to change the perspective people had on sustainable clothing, to change the fashion industry one knit at a time.
Sourcing only sustainable materials, The Knotty Ones focus on creating collections that are season-less. Their designs are simple and beautiful, made for the modern day women.