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Viscose is a semi-synthetic fabric made from cellulose. Natural wood pulp is artificially transformed into the viscose fiber. It was invented at the end of the 19th century as a cheaper and more durable alternative to silk.
Viscose is a frequently used fashion fabric due to its luxurious appearance. The appearance of viscose is very similar to silk and the wearing comfort is comparable to cotton.
Viscose is comfortable to wear due to its breathable and moisture-absorbing qualities. The light, shiny textile drapes smoothly due to the silky soft viscose fibres.