A Scottish clothing company is producing the world's most expensive cloth.
This company has put together the "most expensive cloth in the world" costing about £3,000-a-yard.
Peebles-based Holland and Sherry has taken five years to gather the yarn and another 18 months to develop the cloth.
皮布尔斯郡这家名为Holland and Sherry的厂家花了五年的时间收集绒毛，然后又花了18个月的时间将纱线纺织成布料。
The material comes from the wool of the vicuna which inhabits the high alpine reaches of the Andes. It produces only small amounts of very fine wool.
Holland and Sherry has spun its special vicuna worsted from llamas in Peru and Bolivia. It is then brought back to the company's factory in Yorkshire.
The Scots firm has confirmed it is to make only 18 of the suits. Customers have a choice of just three colours--black, midnight and natural.
Marketing manager Ross Greenshields said: "There are other vicuna fabrics on the market, but we have woven the world's first 100% worsted spun vicuna fabric.
"It is unique, it is original, it is exclusive and it is the most expensive cloth in the world."
He said the company believed it had taken the fabric to the "next level".
"Even if you're not in the business, you could tell the difference--it really is a stand-out fabric."
One of the first to place an order for a £35,000 suit is the mega-rich King of Morocco.