Ethical & Sustainable
Silk has a very low water footprint and produces almost zero waste. It is biodegradable and does not emit toxins while it biodegrades. Unlike synthetic materials that can take hundreds of years too biodegrade, if at all.
Bringing silk back to local producers creates a livelihood for many small communities. The art of raising and growing domesticated silk worms is by nature, highly sustainable. The weavers create the silk using handlooms, zero powered energy.
Mulberry Silk is spun by silkworms that feed on mulberry leaves. They spin larvae into cocoons which produces the silk. Mulberry Silk is the best silk you can buy for textile purposes.