Cashmere (English name) or cashmere (French name) is a fine textile fiber. Its name comes from Kashmir, a historical region currently divided between India, Pakistan and China. Italy is one of the most important countries for the processing of cashmere. The companies process this fiber with a complete production cycle: from the selection of the cashmere staple to the transformation into yarn and then into fabric. Thanks to the purity of the Piedmont streams and the chemical-physical characteristics of their waters, it is possible to work cashmere obtaining an absolute softness, difficult to reproduce elsewhere.
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