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Whereas once cashmere was the fiber for the coldest of climates, these days with air-conditioning and lighter plies and weaves, cashmere is a fabric for all seasons and all wardrobes. Whether it is used with casual throwaway chic to line a coat or make a simple T-shirt or whether it is used for those intricate intarsia patterns so beloved by the Japanese, it can be worn anywhere, anytime--by anyone who loves the best.
Lucia van der Post is a feature writer for The Financial Times of London.
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