A temperature Regulator

Silk is known to be a breathable fabric. It can absorb between 10% ~ 30% percent of its weight in moisture and it’s also proven to be thin and lightweight, which helps to keep you cool in summer, but still warm in winter.

An overall health improver

The sericin protein contained in silk is known to have hypoallergenic properties. Silk also has anti-ageing benefits, and therapeutic attributes that help cure asthma and chronic pain.

A luxurious fabric

Silk is simply beautiful to look at. Its beautiful sheen comes from the triangular prism-like structure of the fiber. There’s no fabric so loved and luxurious as silk. From Chinese empresses to Roman royalty, silk truly is the queen of fibers. Wearing silk pajamas and sleeping on silk feels like sleeping on clouds. It is a treat for your senses.

A sustainable fiber

Silk is a tough, resistant and timeless fabric. It resists deformation and does not protrude, maintaining a smooth surface. Silk is also compostable, biodegradable, and a natural fiber.

Your Silk Care Guide

Fill a basin with cold water.
Hand wash with gentle detergent.
Do not Soak.
Do not twist your garments.
Agitate the garment around in the water.
Absorb the excess moisture with a towel.
Hang the garment to dry.
Steam iron on wrong side, 100℃ ~ 180℃.