The orb of ap­proval

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give sex­ier in­car­na­tions you see—but she also comes ‘The big word at the The Har­ris Tweed Author­ity has worked hard to main­tain thein­tegrity of its cloth and it’s the only ma­te­rial in the world gov­erned by its own Act of Par­lia­ment. The Act was passed in 1993 and dic­tates that gen­uine Har­ris Tweed must be made from pure vir­gin wool that has been dyed and spun on the is­lands and hand­wo­ven at the home of the weaver in the Outer He­brides. Any­thing claim­ing to be Har­ris Tweed that doesn’t dis­play the all-im­por­tant Orb trade­mark (above) sim­ply isn’t Har­ris Tweed.

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