Our use of Peace Silk

We embrace the beauty of "Peace Silk." This signifies a commitment to non-violent and cruelty-free silk breeding and production. Let's delve into the world of Peace Silk, where the metamorphosis of silkworm to butterfly is allowed to unfold without causing harm to any living creature.

What is Peace Silk?:
Peace Silk, also known as Ahimsa Silk, is crafted under stringent social, ecological, and environmental standards in India. The key principle is to complete the silkworm's transformation into a butterfly, ensuring that no animals suffer or lose their lives for the sake of fashion.

Cruelty-Free Process:
Silkworm breeding occurs in natural conditions, free from fungicides, insecticides, or genetic sprays. The trees hosting silkworms are protected with nets, creating a shield against other insects or birds, resembling a mosquito net. After spinning their cocoons, the silkworms are given a sheltered space until the pupa emerges as a beautiful butterfly, a process taking 2 to 4 weeks. Although this method slows down production, it aligns with our philosophy of non-violent silk manufacturing.

Environmentally Conscious Practices:
The entire process is conducted without the use of harmful chemicals once the butterflies have left their cocoons. This meticulous approach not only prioritizes the well-being of the silkworms but also aligns with our commitment to environmentally conscious practices.

Our journey with Peace Silk reflects a dedication to compassionate and sustainable fashion. By choosing Peace Silk, we contribute to a world where beauty and ethics coexist. Join us in embracing this cruelty-free approach to silk production and be a part of a fashion revolution that respects all living beings.