First cloned pashmina goat. ^
"More cashmere might mean more cash for Kashmir. That's the desired outcome in the Indian-controlled region of the territory after the successful cloning of a rare Himalayan pashmina goat whose undercoat is used to make the pricey wool. The female kid, was born March 9, after two years of work by seven scientists. It's hoped her birth will spark breeding programs (and more wool) in the region, where cashmere generates $80 million annually."
Now that's pretty stylish, I'd say. And this goat is not clothing. Yet.