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Camel Hair Was the Glamour Garment of the 1930s

Umberto Angeloni has teamed up with Loro Piana to remake this staple of F. Scott Fitzgerald-era menswear.
Caruso's AW16 menswear, made with its new Gobi Gold camel-hair fabrics, manages to be both warm, light—and cool.
12_23_Gobi_01 Source: Caruso

If it’s often said that cockroaches will survive the coming nuclear apocalypse, a case could also be made for the survival potential of . About 1.4 million of these twin-humped camels call northern Asia home; many can be found knocking about the Gobi Desert, a place of 90-mile-per-hour winds where the temperature swings from minus 40 to plus 50 C. The climate is so inhospitable that nuking might actually improve things. Yet in spite of all, the

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