NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC FIBRES: THE ADVANTAGES OF SILK

NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC FIBRES: THE ADVANTAGES OF SILK

silk: natural fibres

NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC FIBRES: THE ADVANTAGES OF SILK

QUALITY MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE AS WE KNOW ONLY TOO WELL

Silk is a natural fibre. The result of the symbiotic relationship between mulberry trees and moths, the production process respects nature and promotes biodiversity: a perfect example of agroecology.

silkworm natural textile fiberA combination of natural proteins and amino acids, silk fibres exist in complete harmony with nature at every stage of their lifecycle. When you dispose of silk, it decomposes without creating any pollution.

We all live in a society that is constantly looking to reconnect with the natural world and rediscover our respect for nature, especially in recent years.

In the textile field and beyond, there are a myriad of initiatives, activities, advertising projects, marketing operations, research and plans based on the following keywords: GreenNature and Sustainability.

Nature and respect fort the enviroment represent a new way of living, thinking and planning for society and the economy


KNOWLEDGE TURNS IT INTO REALITY

To make this new model a reality, knowledge, information and a culture of quality play an essential role.

innovative ecological fabricsIn the world of textiles, we need to understand and explain the numerous differences between artificial/synthetic fibres and natural fibres (of which silk is undoubtedly one of the most virtuous).

It is important that we know the characteristics of artificial and synthetic fibres inside and out, as we are in contact with them 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are constantly exposed to messages and marketing campaigns promoting these fibres, and—unfortunately—they are often successful.

These campaigns often misrepresent the real nature of synthetic fabrics, leveraging their variable prices, advertising false characteristics, and claiming that they share the same qualities as the natural fibres they are attempting (but failing) to copy.

Respect fot the nature is driven by knowledge

There are a great many differences between natural fibres (silk) and artificial/synthetic fibres, and it is our duty to understand them and make informed decisions.


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