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Home Of Pashmina adds new reversible design line
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May '12
Looking for some exciting scarf designs in fine fabrics and quality, your wait is almost over. Home Of Pashmina, the Premium Pashmina line of HOP Cashmere brand from New York is adding many new exciting designs and colors to its Fall 2012 Pashmina Collection.

Atleast 10 new reversible pashmina designs in fall and other colors and 15 new unique proprietary stripe designs both in a pre-dyed silk and cashmere yarn combinations will be part of the Fall 2012 collection. These new patterns have been carefully designed in HOP Cashmere's New York area based design house and hand crafted in Nepal and Kashmir, India by expert Pashmina craftsmen and women.

A new line of Digitally designed and printed scarves - Arte Della line of scarves will also form part of the Fall 2012 collection at Home Of Pashmina. These scarves are designed in USA and printed digitally on handcrafted silk and cashmere diamond weave fabric.
In addition to the above, many new colors will be added to existing cashmere and silk cashmere lines which are sure to appeal the Pashmina overs worldwide.

The Fall 2012 Pashmina collection will be available on Home Of Pashmina website starting September 2012.

HOP Cashmere is a New York area based Cashmere Pashmina Design/Import House with online presence as Home Of Pashmina and Arte Della and its products are available in various boutiques in USA.

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