Silk is a natural fibre that comes from spinning natural silk worm cocoons into silk fibres, which are then used to produce silk fabric. The quality of silk can vary greatly. Making the silk fibre is a relatively simple process that does not require much chemicals, water or energy.
Our silks are the finest based on a fair and sustainable relationship with people and the environment. Silk harvesting according to the principle of AHIMSA (non-violent) means that the silkworms completes it’s metamorphosis to the moth and hatchs the cocoon. Only empty cocoons are used for reeling the silk fibres. So no animals are killed in the proces.