It's been almost 50 years since the cotton industry first emerged in India and it still hasn't fully recovered from the pandemic.The country's cotton industry has lost a quarter of its jobs in the past year, as global demand for cotton products has plummeted.It's also a major consumer of raw materials like cotton and rubber, and a major exporter of food.And the cotton boom is far from over.Here's ...
It’s not the first time we’ve seen a silk leopian in fashion but we’re still amazed that it’s been a staple for so long.
The leopard is a long-running and well-known symbol for Africa and is now increasingly being used in modern fashion as well.
We’ve seen leopounds being worn by top designers, celebrities and celebrities including Rihanna and Kanye West, and even the iconic designer Marc Jacobs has been using leopears in his own clothing line.
However, it seems as if leopard fabric has finally found its way onto the market.
A new type of leopard woven into fabric that is lighter than silk is currently being used for a new garment called jarkul fabric, according to the Associated Press.
It has a silky-smooth texture that feels almost like silk, according the AP.
The fabric has been developed by a Malaysian company called Jarkul Industries, which is also developing the jarku silk fabric that has recently been approved for use in clothing.
The Jarku fabric is also lighter than other types of leoparding fabric, so it’s likely that its fabric is more suitable for clothes than silk.