Deer live in a variety of biomes, ranging from tundra to the tropical rainforest. They have one distinct characteristic that distinguishes them from the rest of the ruminants in that, almost every species of deer have antlers. These are an outgrowth structure that originates from the head and does not have Keratin present like the one found in true horns. Deers live in habitats with plenty of woodland terrains, especially those that are rugged and it is perhaps the reason they have long and robust legs, and compact and flexible bodies to help them survive in such environments.
We included several types of wool fabrics in the fall / winter collection, but we stayed loyal to our signature fabric – linen. The prevailing myth is that linen is exclusively a summer fabric, but did you know that linen fibre is used to insulate houses? The top layer of wool fabric and soft linen lining creates extra comfort and warmth. The thermoregulatory properties of both fabrics ensure that the optimal body temperature is maintained while preventing overheating by absorbing and evaporating moisture.