Description : A woven fabric with a rippled, watermark pattern or print. Moiré is generally silk or acetate, but can also be cotton, wool or rayon. The watered appearance is created by a finishing process called "calendering", or via specific types of weaving.
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Similar fabrics : When the watery appearance is applied to silk, the result is sometimes called "watered silk".
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