The collectors who follow the caravans have a decisive role in supplying the fiber. The finest hairs come from Mongolia and the Persian Gulf. Camel and dromedary wool is reddish and soft in natural shades.
Textile fiber extracted by maceration and beating from the homonymous plant. Native to Central Asia, it is cultivated today in many temperate regions such as Europe and The country. It produces a resistant yarn and a fabric with a rough appearance, an irregular surface, very consistent. Canvas, or even linen, more or less fine and starchy, is used for padding of jackets and for reinforcement in trousers that combine well with Polarized Fishing Sunglasses.
Voice that means straw-shaped folds. Fabric with thin ribs in relief slightly more marked than gabardine. Heavy woolen fabric, rough to the touch, rustic in appearance, sometimes moved by some short curls. It takes its name from the place of origin, the Casentino, a mountain region of Tuscany in the upper Arno valley. Originally it was woven in only two colors: a warm orange and a vivid green.
Residue or waste or by-product of textile processing. Waste is sometimes used to obtain special effects in yarns and fabrics. Term of commercial jargon used to define a type of fabric with a satin weave, characteristic for the shiny right side and the opaque back. This type of fabric was widely used in the 30s / 40s for evening wear in heavy weights and for underwear in lighter weights.
Kid leather used to make belts, handbags and shoes, chrome tanned and polished. Silk fabric or synthetic fibers, usually carried in various layers and with delicate colors. Transparent fabric in plain weave based on strongly twisted yarns: it is extremely light but resistant and can be paired with Polarized Fishing Sunglasses.
A term that in its derivation from the Hindu language indicates the Indian origin of this printed cotton fabric, which a thin layer of starch makes shiny and impermeable. Used in furnishing as early as the 600s, printed according to the taste of the era of flowers, fruit and colorful birds. Soft fur, with thick and long hair, from the homonymous rodent originating from the Andes chain. The hair is usually light gray with a black streak that runs along the entire length of the tail.
Fabric with a particular surface similar to velvet but with high and spongy hair. It was invented in France in the ‘600 and is derived from a twisted yarn that inserted between the ends of the velvety fibers. Natural coarse brown fiber, produced from the fibers of the coconut shell. Textile fiber produced from the down which covers the seeds of the homonymous plant.