Category: Discover

Our cashmere has a conscience.

We’re passionate about our cashmere and not just because it’s soft and luxurious. Fiber to form, there is care and kindness in every design. From the environmentally responsible practices of […]

Vaillancourt Folk Art: crafting holiday memories through chalkware

From the pointed tips of their hats to the snowy toes of their boots, Vaillancourt Folk Art’s charming chalkware Santa Claus collectibles are special. These beautiful, limited-edition Santas have been […]

What is TENCEL?

TENCELTM (a trademark of Lenzing) is an eco-friendly fiber made from the wood pulp of trees. The trees are harvested from responsibly managed, renewable woodlands, and are grown without the […]

Winter adventures in Franconia Notch

What better way to greet the new year than from a mountaintop? In the White Mountains of New Hampshire, where you’ll find our Franconia office and outlet store, January is […]

Having a snow ball at our kids’ winter photo shoot

At a recent photo shoot, the kids had a blast putting our latest outerwear styles to the test. Join us for a peek behind the scenes into a little winter […]

Garnet Hill cashmere: from the highlands of Mongolia to you

On a sunny day in July, deep in the grasslands of Inner Mongolia, the temperature tops 100ºF — yet thousands of goats are grazing happily on the open plain. You’d […]

Guide to Hiking in the White Mountains

With roots in Franconia, New Hampshire and an appreciation for all things beautiful, naturally, the Garnet Hill team has plenty to say when it comes to hiking in and around […]

Meet a few Garnet Hill kids on Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day

We’re lucky to share parts of the workday with our children occasionally – and our coworkers’ children. On a snow day, or during that hour between school and afterschool practice, […]

How to naturally dye easter eggs

If you have kids at home, at some point this week you’ll most likely be coloring Easter Eggs with your little ones. You’ve seen the easy dye-kits at the supermarket […]

A local treasure: Tarrnation Flower Farm

The first thing spring brings to mind is flowers – perhaps because of our work with botanical prints. In our neck of the north woods, this means a visit to […]