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      material Mohair

      Though light and airy – due to microscopic airways in its cells – mohair is among the warmest natural fibres. Its porous cells also help it take up dyes, yielding intensely saturated colours. Mohair is durable and resilient with a lustrous sheen and a fine, silky texture that is resistant to dirt and matting.

      material Mohair

      mohair

      Mohair is the fleece of the Angora goat, native to Turkey, and it is one of the world’s oldest textile fibres. It is durable and resilient with a lustrous sheen and a fine, silky texture that is resistant to dirt and matting.

      Though light and airy – due to microscopic airways in its cells – mohair is among the warmest natural fibres. Mohair’s porous cells also help it take up dyes, yielding intensely saturated colours. Blended with wool or alpaca, mohair becomes even stronger and warmer, with a subtle shine.

      In the 16th century, mohair was brought to Europe and it’s been consistently popular since, worn by mods and rude boys, kings and queens and even athletes looking for insulation that is soft against the skin.