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29-01-2006
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i love the feel of beaded and sequined silks... and even the look of when the light catches the beads and fabric and it gives such variation to the colour.

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30-01-2006
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Hmmm, for most things it's cotton...

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24-02-2006
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I dont know what its called but its a shiney fabric that doesnt feel shiney...haha! Kinda looks like taffeta but its not as rigid and is normally used for vintage looking evening dresses. Maybe someone could help me out...

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25-02-2006
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silk, satin.. and cotton for the comfort!

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smelly old oilcloth, washed cotton canvas and rough military & boiled wools, nice shirting poplin, cheap laquered nylon mixed with something precious, trad flannels and tweeds, wool jersey, grey sweatshirt cotton, alpaca and cashmere for the knits...all those incredible things Limonta does for Carol Christian Poell

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cashmere and cotton

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01-03-2006
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Cotton and silk.

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01-03-2006
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cotton and leather

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01-03-2006
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cotton batiste! it's so femenine and ethereal looking...

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29-03-2006
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cotton. cashmere. wool. and silk.

haha. how luxurious.

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29-03-2006
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fur (chinchilla or mink); croc

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29-03-2006
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denim,cotton,cashmere.

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31-03-2006
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very worn cotton is just so comfy. Cashemere everything would be great (socks, robes, tracksuits, etc) but it´s so damn expensive and hard to care for rough usage. I would like to be adopted by Pellat-Finet...

I also love polar fleece. Not too stylish, but I love how it feels when it´s really cold. Men polar fleece jackets over men cotton underwear is the best choice when it´s really cold outside...


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26-04-2006
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winter - cashmere and leather
summer - cotton and linen


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27-04-2006
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The best fabric in the world to wear have to be cotton. It's natural and feels great to wear.

In the winter I wool. I think I would die of freezing in the winter without wool. Thank god that sheeps exist!

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