Every piece is created using non-toxic, natural, biodegradable fibers and low-impact dyes. Making it as safe for your skin, as it is for the environment. All of our materials are plastic-free.

  • This natural and biodegradable fabric has a slightly nubby texture and a soft gentle drape. It is one of the easiest silks to care for. You can hand wash or use a gentle machine wash cycle. Be sure to always use a gentle detergent and never use bleach, as bleach will break down silk fibers. Hang dry or lay flat to dry. Please note that darker colors may fade more quickly with washing.

  •  A 100% biodegradable fabric that derives from the flax plant. Linen crops use significantly less water and pesticides than both conventional and organic cotton and promotes more fertile soils. Not to mention, the manufacturing and processing of linen have little to no impact on the environment. You can machine wash linen using a delicate or short cycle with warm or cold water. Hand-washing your linen clothing in cold water and avoiding the dryer as much as possible will extend the life of your garment. Lay flat or hang to dry whenver possible, it's better on your clothes (and on the environment).

  • Silk Charmeuse fabric is a luxuriously smooth and lustrous fabric constructed from 100% natural, hypoallergenic, silk fibers. Silk Charmeuse fabric has an elegant shiny finish on its front paired with a matte sheen on its back. Handwashing is always the best and safest method for washing silk charmeuse.

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What Are Microplastics?

Microplastics are fragments of plastic less than 5mm in size. They are micro-pieces of plastic that have broken away from larger pieces of plastics.

In regards to clothing and textiles; microplastics are created as a biproduct of synthetic materials. As synthetic materials are worn and washed, fiber-like pieces of plastic are consistently shed and become almost impossible to remove from the environments, like our oceans and waterways, in which they accumulate.