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Alpaca wool

Alpaca wool

Alpaca wool is soft, strong, light and warm. Alpaca’s produce fibre that is as fine as cashmere, and much warmer and lighter than sheep wool. More about Alpaca wool

Cashmere

Cashmere

Cashmere is the queen of wool fibres. Cashmere, also know as pashmina, is one of the most luxurious and rare fibres that exist. More about Cashmere

Cotton

Cotton

Cotton is a soft fibre derived from the seeds of cotton plants. Cotton is famous for feeling comfortable on our skins because it breathes and absorbs moisture. Last but not least, cotton is strong and.. More about Cotton

Linen

Linen

Linen is a beautiful fabric made from the stalks of the flax plant. Linen is much more laborious to manufacture than wool or cotton but is highly valued because of its beauty, strength and exceptional.. More about Linen

Mohair

Mohair

Mohair is a soft and comfortable woollen fibre made from the long, curly fleece of the Angora goat. Mohair has a beautiful lustre and an elastic quality. It is therefore considered a luxurious natural.. More about Mohair

Sheep wool

Sheep wool

Sheep wool has been used for over centuries and is well-known for its excellent insulating qualities. Sheep wool is comfortably warm, fire resistant, water and dirt repellent, crease resistant and dur.. More about Sheep wool

Silk

Silk

Because of its beautiful lustre and colourfulness, silk is a very stylish and very popular fibre. Silk is flexible and comfortable and has the unique quality to warm you when it is cold and cool you w.. More about Silk

Wild silk

Wild silk

Silk comes in different varieties. An important difference between common (mulberry) silk and wild silk is that the mulberry silkworms are reared on silk farms, whereas wild silk is harvested from coc.. More about Wild silk

Yak wool

Yak wool

Yak wool is soft, flexible, very comfortable and warm. Scarves and shawls made from pure yak wool are hard to find outside the Himalayan region. More about Yak wool