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I just read a very intriguing piece by Simon Crompton in his blog on men's clothes and materials, Permanent Style. It's about a special type of wool harvested from Mongolian yaks. The project and material are both described here:

The blog piece also refers to the website for Tengri, Nancy Johnston's venture to sell the cloth and garments made out of it. The prices are on the high end, but not unreasonably so.

The closeup of the purple-hued fabric length at the bottom of the home page looks exquisite. Crompton describes a length of material he had had done up into an overcoat by Cifonelli (there are pictures of this garment).

Has anyone here heard of this material or seen clothes made out of it?
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