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Curiosity / 20.12.2019

lt is widely acknowledged that silk is a precious fiber however; there are many other aspects of this precious materiai that are unknown to the average consumer- familiar only to the silk expert. Measurements, numbers and data are indispensable tools necessary for the daily production of silk and the transformation of this unique product....

Advice, Curiosity / 15.09.2019

Silk is a precious and delicate fiber that requires gentile care and some attention but this should not prevent you from wearing it or using it. Aside from being a naturally luminous fabric, it is also a natural fabric that adapts to your body temperature: if it is hot, silk becomes cool on the skin and if it is cold, it infuses the body with a feeling of warmth....

Curiosity / 10.02.2019

Silk is closely related to the fashion history. Through silk, famous maison and historical companies created and gave life to iconic clothing items that lasted unchanged from the past until today and always kept their preciosity and recognizability. The dresses themselves contributed to the success of the fashion brands by becoming their symbols and portraying their values...

Curiosity, Textile / 15.01.2019

For many centuries, the silk rearing in particular and the sericulture in general have been a prerogative of China and of its emperors, as seen in the article about silk history. The silkworm and the silk production process comes / arrived from Sicily in XIII century and from there it spread firstly in Italy and then all over Europe. Still, how does a silkworm become silk? How can a butterfly larva produce a filament so precious and fine?...