|Composition:||92% Cashmere 8% Silk|
|Collection:||Premium Cashmere 600|
|Suitable For:||Jackets, Trousers|
This suiting fabric in heather navy is a luxurious blend of lightweight cashmere and smooth silk. The Italian masters constructed this fabric using superfine cashmere fibers only. Ultra soft to the touch, it provides comfort and warmth just to the right degree.
Cashmere wool is one of the softest types of wool known to man. Despite its light weight, it keeps one warm and cozy during harsh winters and dank autumns. If taken proper care of, high quality 100% cashmere wool fabric can last for years without changing its look and fabulous hand.
The ‘supplier’ of cashmere wool is the Cashmere goat that lives in Mongolia, China, India, Iran and other places. Compared to merino wool which is sheared off the animal, cashmere is combed off. The process is quite hard and time-consuming, and it all adds up in the long run, influencing the final price.
Cashmere yarn can be woven or knitted into a variety of weights suitable for all sorts of garments. What unites them all is the feel. Soft as feather. Soft as cashmere. If you consider sewing a nice cardigan to wear to work or on a dinner out, 100% cashmere wool is just the right kind of thing to go with. Nothing can compare with its luxury texture.
Zegna suit fabrics are represented with highly distinguished Australian worsted wool as well as its blends with cashmere, silk and linen. Produced with the application of cutting edge technologies and always being in the vanguard of the latest fashion trends, the wool by this premium brand is the choice of those valuing exquisite Italian style and impeccable quality.
Zegna suit fabric comes in plain, checked, herringbone and sharkskin pattern designs.
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All fabrics on our website are priced by the running meter. The term "running meter" or "linear meter" is used in the fabric industry.
To convert meters to yards, use the conversion factor 0.9144. In other words,
1 Yard = 0.9144 Meters
1 Metre = 1.0936 Yards