The decision to use traditional silk is because it is a sustainable fabric and because traditional textiles and craftsmanship techniques focus pints for Inan Isik.
Silk production is considered to have very low water footprint and produces almost zero percent waste.
Silk also has naturally healthy and hypoallergenic qualities. Silk has flame retardant and antibacterial properties.
Silk is biodegradable within a couple of years compared to hundreds of years for synthetic materials and doesn’t emit toxins while it biodegrades like synthetic materials do.
Silk has massive potential (if produced in an ethical way) to provide many regions of the world and women in those countries with a source of sustainable income