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Mills Respond to Mongolia’s Cashmere Crisis with Sustainable Yarn

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Cashmere products make up €4 billion of the €60 billion global luxury apparel market today. But, the heavy presence of cashmere in luxury fashion – a point of difference from merino wool or mohair – is putting cashmere under a strain and supplies are competitive.
Mills Respond to Mongolia’s Cashmere Crisis with Sustainable Yarn

Maiyet is a luxury brand making headlines this season. Helmed in New York, the manufacturing ethics of the fashion label don't dull its focus on luxury. Nor do they exclude the brand from having a hefty style presence.

Launched in 2011, Maiyet has seen great success. The brand partnered with the

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