The typical form of dress in ancient Rome, consisting of a long, single, sheet of woollen fabric draped loosely around the body and over a linen ? tunic, and fixed at the shoulder or around the waist with a sash or clasp.

Togas embody the essence of simplicity, and are a key inspiration for the design of many contemporary textiles, drapery styles, clasps and closures in the fashion as in the furnishing worlds.

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