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Qiana is a silky nylon fiber first developed by DuPont in 1968 [1]. Initially intended for high-end fashions, it eventually became a popular material in the 1970s for men's shirts, displaying bold patterns and large images. The shirts were generally cut tight and included wide collars to fit over the collars of the double-knit suit coats which were worn popularly to discos.

Qiana also means beautiful.

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