Femarctic textiles are called bixat and come from obx (artificial fibres) woven or interlaced to create materials like bixi (wool), jaxol (cotton), jaxfu (fleece) gwobix (silk), gwjib (nylon), gibix (satin), and juxbix (lace). Obx are also used to fabricate enhanced bixat such as jaxib (polyester), gwoxol (lycra), tharxi (tharspin fibre), bixto (acrylic), and imitation-style bixat such as fuxol (fur) and zatuxo (leather).
A bixarat is anyone working in textile development, while a bizritux is the artisan that uses those textiles something to be worn or used.
The bixat industry creates an extensive amount citizenry-essentials, but the rise of the Hizaki fitat`femax, and the subsequent fashion choices of other castes, have led to a sizable citizenry-market share. There is also a healthy export of Ramaxian bixat to the helovx nations of Brasilia and Aotearoa, and it is traded through Port Yukon to a clothing manufacturer in Holy Cross.
The leading manufacturer of bixat is House Gwo, as original subject Ilogwo was the first to create the first reams of material from multi-protein complexes found in the Femakixirpaxul. Gwo Textiles leads the citizenry-market in sales, and are the sole provider of essential uniforms and linens. Sok Dirtoxi (Line Sok) is the leading manufacturer of enhanced bixat, providing essential building and pressure stabled materials.
Fashion & Beauty | Bixat (Textiles)
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