Straight, slightly transparent silk dress with V-neck - a delicate favourite with an individual character. The printed silk gets its unmistakable lightness and brilliance from the dyeing with natural plant substances. The elaborate, manual dyeing with Indian temple flowers makes each garment unique. In combination with light sandals and the knitted coat in kimono style the dress becomes a summery elegant look. With a parka and belt pouch in the intended style break, the noble dress can be casually styled down. With the underdress made of modal the look is guaranteed to be opaque.
straight, transparent, hand dyed
Model (1,78m) wears size 36
with love for details in cologne
ecological and skin friendly
Production under fair conditions
hand wash in cold water
iron inside out
use silk detergent
wash with similar colours
do not expose to direct light
One of the noblest fibers
Silk is a natural product. This luxury fibre is extracted from silkworm cocoons. The silkworms convert mulberry leaves into a bodily substance which they then use to spin their cocoons. Our silk fabrics are not organic. However, we do not use any chemicals on our silks, and all our silk garments are produced in GOTS-certified factories.
Our expert in natural colours
In Mumbai we have our articles dyed in the production facility of Rupa Trivedi. Here, great importance is attached to a sustainable, environmentally friendly supply chain. The production is very proud to generate dyes from natural carriers like plants and medicinal herbs. For example, the company also uses wilted flowers from temples, coconut shells and other used materials - recycling par excellence.
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