Mohair— referred to by tailors and haute couturiers alike as the "diamond fiber"— is a durable, crisp fabric made from hair of the Angora goat. It has acquired this name due to its unique high luster and sparkle, attributed to reflective scales on the fiber. Mohair is the perfect medium for dye, absorbing and displaying rich, saturated colour.

Functionally, mohair is extremely dynamic. Its insulating properties keep you warm in winter and cool in the summer months, due the fiber's moister wicking properties.