Cashmere is a thin layer of thin velvet that grows on the outer surface of goats and hides in the roots of goat hair. It grows when it enters the cold in winter and resists the cold. It turns warm and then falls off. It naturally adapts to the climate and belongs to rare special animal fibers. The reason why cashmere is very precious is not only due to the scarcity of production (only 0.2% of the world's total output of animal fibers), but more importantly its excellent quality and characteristics. It is considered to be "fiber gemstone" in terms of grams in the transaction.All the textile materials that human beings can use at present are incomparable, so they are also called "soft gold." About 70% of the world's cashmere is produced in China and its quality is better than other countries