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Brooklyn-based Sean McNanney handcrafts blankets that are as luxurious as they are sustainable. His secret? Working with trained artisans and herders in Mongolia, who help him source the local cashmere, camelhair, and yak down he uses to create his blankets—all of which is shed naturally. His latest styles feature graphics culled from a book of 18th-century paper patterns alongside snake and lip motifs made in partnership with NY-based design studio, Voutsa.

The buy: the Williamsburg throws—in any hue.  

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SAVED NY

Brooklyn-based Sean McNanney handcrafts blankets that are as luxurious as they are sustainable. His secret? Working with trained artisans and herders in Mongolia, who help him source the local cashmere, camelhair, and yak down he uses to create his blankets—all of which is shed naturally. His latest styles feature graphics culled from a book of 18th-century paper patterns alongside snake and lip motifs made in partnership with NY-based design studio, Voutsa.

The buy: the Williamsburg throws—in any hue.  

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