CASHMERE PURE OPULENCE
Cashmere was first worn by the nobility of Victorian England and subsequently became one of the most prestigious of the noble fibre family. The low bulk, high loft fibres combine to make the warmest and most comfortable garments ever worn.
The cashmere used to produce this fabric is made from the very finest Inner Mongolian cashmere, whose luxurious handle is renowned the world over.
From a snow-white base, extraordinarily vivid shades may produced, some of which may be found in this truly majestic new collection. The sheer beauty of this range can only be experienced at first hand.
Listed below are some of the physical characteristics of cashmere to help you understand why cashmere is the ultimate fabric choice：
● Cashmere is characterised by its luxurious soft fibres, which allow for natural, lightweight insulation without bulk.
● Cashmere is appropriate for all climates as it has a high moisture content, and its insulation properties change with the relative humidity in the air. So, when the air is warm, cashmere fabrics allow the body to keep cool and when the air is cold, cashmere fabrics allow the body to keep warm.
● The finest fibres are gathered from the saddle of the cashmere goat.
● Cashmere fibres are harvested by carefully combing the goat‘s fleece during the spring months.
● Each goat will provide little more than 100 grams of down per year.
● The cashmere down from seven goats is required to produce a jacket length of 2.2 metres.
● Cashmere fibres are generally extremely fine, averaging between 14 and 17 microns, making the cloths they produce desirable and luxurious to wear.
● Cashmere fabrics have a beautiful handle, a natural sheen and exquisite drape qualities.