Know Our Textiles
It takes more than two goats to make a single two-ply sweater.
Quality is determined by fiber length, fiber fineness, and color.
Vicuñas are cousins of llamas and were celebrated by the Incas for their fine wool.
Alpaca wool is the natural fiber harvested from an animal called Alpaca.
Alpaca is a member of the camelid family originally from South American.
Alpaca wool is recognized globally for its fineness, softness, light-weight, durability, excellent thermal qualities, and luster.
The fiber of the Angora rabbit is known for its softness and silky texture.
Colors of the Angora range from pure white to black depending on the rabbit that is producing it.
Originated from the era of Indus Valley Civilization, it is one of the exquisite silk used in textiles.
Mulberry silk provides the shine and fluidity that is desired in every fabric. Styled to perfection, this fabric has a certain edge over the others in terms of quality, making it commercially successful.
Modal is considered a luxury textile and is often used to blend with other fabrics to give a high-end feel with its lightness and softness.