My brother picked up a sweater when he was in New York a few weeks ago.
YYPH AW12 Alpaca Blend Sweater ( HD-K14-176 )
60% Alpaca - 35% Nylon - 5% Wool
Size 3 (one size?)
Really soft hand. The weave and weight remind me of those Muji alpaca blankets - nice and snugly. The hems around the neck and cuffs, where there is a rib stitch, have a bit of an overlap where connecting to the main knit providing the illusion of a dual layer. There is also a cardigan version of this sweater that is slightly longer and has pockets (I think Hervia stock it).
YYPH SS12 Cotton Trousers ( HB-P31-017 )
Size 3 (~35" waist)
Basic black trousers made from shirting cotton - relatively substantial, but they drape and move nicely thanks to the light weight. Four main pockets with additional painter's pockets on the side of the legs.
Muji soft collar shirt
Black canvas Spring Court trainers
Oh, and my mother gets me and my brother some seriously nice scarves from Kashmir whenever she is in Pakistan, although production is still really slow due to the earthquake a few years ago. I think there is something quite nice in buying a piece you know was made from animals grazed and raised in the same place as the wool is shorn, woven, and made into a scarf.