Patrick Lifshitz’s definition of luxury:
Luxury is something that you absolutely want but you definitely don’t need.

A pink diamond.

Venice, definitely.

Fred Astaire.

The first royal supper at Versailles in the 17th-century.

A tribute to John Lennon in the form of ultra limited edition cashmere sweaters emblazoned with either John Lennon’s 1971 self-portrait (which also hangs in the collection of New York’s MoMA) or the original handwritten lyrics to Imagine. Only 100 of the 2-ply cashmere sweaters will be made, and each comes in a specially created box engraved with the singer’s signature.

Yoko Ono is the driving force behind this homage to John Lennon, and called on her friend Patrick Lifshitz, the founder of Paris-based Hobbs cashmere.

To commemorate the 30th anniversary of John Lennon’s death, “the day the music died”. “Yoko said she would like John’s art to be recognized. He was not just a singer, he was also an artist. John had lots of skills,” says Lifshitz. “This is really a tribute to John.”

On sale now until the 100 pieces of each design sell out.

Available online exclusively at, we have access to some of the first delivery. Email to place an order.