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25 September 2013
Moharé is finished by irregular compressing of its grain, a procedure that gives it a bright and matt look all at once depending on the light.
It is a very strong fabric that is easily recognized by iridescent areas resembling fumes or water.
The word comes from the French "Moire" and was originally applied to fabrics made with goat hair. 
The word was forged in French through the English word "Mohair" that corresponded precisely to wool made from the hair of the Angora goat.