A cashmere garment is a symbol of luxury.
Cashmere is one of the rarest and most precious fibers in the world.
Soft to the skin, bright in color, light in weight.
Cashmere comes from the hair of a special kind of goat that lives in the cold and dry highlands of Mongolia,
Inner Mongolia and Xinjiang in China. In order to survive, these goats have grown thick and rough hair to keep warm. Right under the rough hair, there is a layer of the fine fiber known as cashmere.
The cashmere production from each goat is very limited; therefore, it takes four years in a row to gather enough cashmere from the body of a goat to make one cashmere sweater.
Cashmere travel well and don't wrinkle, it offers great insulation; warm in the winter and cool in the spring, in air-conditioned buildings and cool summer evenings. It's long-lasting; actually becomes even softer with age and rarely pill after being worn and washed;
should last a lifetime...