Silk Silk is a very fine textile fiber obtained from the cocoon of the silkworm. It is among the strongest known natural fibers. Silk has a reputation as a luxurious and sensuous fabric, retains its shape, drapes well, caresses the figure, and shimmers with a luster all its own. Silk is naturally hypoallergenic, yet is still breathable; it absorbs moisture and reduces humidity, which makes it cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
Cashmere Cashmere, also known as the fiber of kings, is produced from the fine, soft undercoat of hair of the Kashmir goat. Sixty percent of the world's supply of cashmere is produced in China, Mongolia and Tibet, and the remainder from Turkey, Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Kashmere, Australia and New Zealand. Cashmere yarn is extremely soft, lightweight, yet very warm. It is very luxurious and possesses excellent drape. As each Kashmir goat is capable of producing an average of only 4-6 ounces of underdown per year, Cashmere is hence very expensive.
Lana Merino The Merino wool comes from Merino sheep, a fine wool breed of sheep that provides the most high-quality wool. Outstanding characteristics of fine merino wool are marked uniformity and high elasticity. In addition, it’s light and soft texture provides a scratch-free comfort. Due to the strong curling of Merino wool fibers, it is caused air pockets that provide a very effective temperature control and a very good breathability.