Sabatini's Premium Brand

“For me, SABATINI reflects the heart and soul of our family and provides a real sense of tradition I’m immensely proud of. The momentum created by more than 50 years of continuous business provides us with the creative energy, continuous inspiration, and vision for the future.”


- Margie Evans-Milich



SABATINI's reputation is ‘Made in New Zealand’, with fabrics designed and woven in their own Auckland factory.


With every new season, comes a premium original collection of signature textures and prints, exclusive to SABATINI.


This season they are embracing the basic style, with warm and neutral tones, that reflect autumn and winter.


“Each garment is hand cut, hand linked & hand finished in-house, making each piece special. Something to be kept and treasured for life.”


We have chosen five gorgeous pieces from SABATINI all crafted from Pure Merino Wool. Highly regarded and embedded in Australian/New Zealand history as the best material you can wear to keep you warm and keep the cold out.


Pure Merino Wool garments use a premium quality wool fibre to produce a naturally finer feel for next to skin comfort, softness and supreme luxury. Merino Wool is stretchy and soft but will always spring back to its original shape, wear after wear.


These garments carry the Woolmark logo, only available to companies whose products meet strict performance standards. The wool fibres in this garment have been tested to ensure it's average fibre diameter is 22 micrometres or less. Care for it and it will reward you with lasting good looks.


SABATINI has been a Woolmark partner since 1967, using only the best quality Merino on the market. In 2011, UK based Creative Review Magazine named Woolmark as the ‘Top Logo of All Time’, a reputation that makes SABATINI proud to deliver all wool garments with the Woolmark swing tag and care label.


To nurture the life of your SABATINI garment, most of their styles are recommended to be hand washed. Many standard detergents have harsh chemicals in them so it is a good idea to use a liquid wool detergent. It is also important to lay knitted garments flat where possible, particularly when wet to avoid them changing shape. Each garment is unique, so please follow the care instructions labelled inside each garment.


See the premium collection!

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