Monthly Archives: November 2016

Could genetically altered goats be the future in the production of cashmere scarves and other items of clothing generally? Well, according to Michael Le Page, writing the the recent issue of the New Scientist, in a matter of two to three years’  the beautiful soft cashmere you buy could come from a new breed of goats […]

African women have worn headscarves for many years for religious, cultural reasons and even as a fashion statement but they were traditionally worn by older, usually married women. They are a common feature in ceremonies such as weddings and even funerals. Many also love the convenience of it – it can be a quick fix […]