Silk is a totally characteristic fiber that is created by the silk worm to make a cover. Made predominately of proteins, it is a fragile yet intense aggravate that makes up the essential part of all the silk yarns and texture used to make garments and accessories.
Fibroin And Sericin are the two main Protien types that are formed for natural fibre SILK. These protiens are combine with water and other trace elements to give an exceptional smooth touch.
Whenever we think or talk about Silk the first thing comes in our mind are the smoothness and shining texture of a fabric which gives classy and elegant look to any dress, whether it is saree, lehenga, suit or dupatta. Silk can add admirable look to any attire, and enhances the beauty of a dress.
Status, Wealth, Power and Luxury are always been the symbol of silk. It’s not only the finest, softest, lightest and most amazing fabric available on the market, but you will amazed to know that for many years it’s production was closely guarded secretly in china.
The secret of silk was leaked to other countries as Chinese immigrants began to leave their home country. Korea developed silk worm farming, sericulture, around 200BC and was closely followed by India in 300 AD. Other areas of Europe, such as Northern Italy, had begun silk looming by the late 13th and early 14th century.
Today, Silk Production has doubled despite the introduction of man-made Fabrics and fibres. However, there is still a very special place in the heart of the people for the silk and continues for having never ending demand.