MILAN — Ballantyne Cashmere is all about Scotland and its tradition, but it’s also about Italy now, too.
With a new Italian creative director Massimo Alba, a new Italian president Alfredo Canessa, and new Milan headquarters, Ballantyne is initiating a rejuvenation of its brand, product and image with this fall’s collection. And, for the first time, coats and jackets will be entirely produced in Italy.
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