Julian Wilson, co-founder of Khunu, which makes luxury jumpers from yak wool sourced from the Tibetan plateau. Photo: Handout Julian Wilson, co-founder of Khunu, which makes luxury jumpers from yak wool sourced from the Tibetan plateau. Photo: Handout
Julian Wilson, co-founder of Khunu, which makes luxury jumpers from yak wool sourced from the Tibetan plateau. Photo: Handout

How a former British army officer turned Tibetan yak wool into luxury fashion

  • Khunu, co-founded by Julian Wilson, uses the yak’s soft undercoat to create cashmere-like premium jumpers
  • When Wilson wore a Khunu garment on a trip to see the Tibetan herders, they laughed in disbelief at what he’d created

Topic |   Fashion
Julian Wilson, co-founder of Khunu, which makes luxury jumpers from yak wool sourced from the Tibetan plateau. Photo: Handout Julian Wilson, co-founder of Khunu, which makes luxury jumpers from yak wool sourced from the Tibetan plateau. Photo: Handout
Julian Wilson, co-founder of Khunu, which makes luxury jumpers from yak wool sourced from the Tibetan plateau. Photo: Handout
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