Our kimono is cut in high quality silk, which we carefully selected at Toan Thinh Silk, one of the largest producers of South Vietnam and which we brought back to Roanne.
Toan Thinh silk controls the manufacture of its fabrics in its Saigon workshops, from spinning to weaving.
|Development of the 1st prototype||Indre et Loire (37)|
|Weaving & finishing||Vietnam|
|Confection||Indre et Loire (37)|
The brand label and the composition label are made in Asia.
The yarn is made in the north of France, the fibers come from Europe.
Your kimono was hand-sewn in France.
Upon request, we will be happy to share with you all the information you want about our suppliers and their certifications.
Use a detergent without optical brighteners or bleaches
Love our future
A tag of seeded paper.
Discover all about your product!
and plant your poppies.
An organic cotton bag
Color: Beige pink
A responsible eco box
A reusable cardboard box, made in France based on 100% recycled material. The packaging is printed with solvent-free water inks.
Vietnamese silk weaving is one of the oldest trades in the country. If the 54 ethnic groups of Vietnam inhabiting this territory almost all have their own model of loom with the use of very diverse materials (cotton, hemp, bamboo fiber, even banana), Vietnamese silk has become, since 7th century-date of the discovery of the secret of its manufacture, the most famous fabric of this country. The nearby Ha Tay area of Hanoi is considered the cradle of this activity related to the cultivation of mulberry trees. As early as the time of the Chinese protectorate, Vietnam’s silk products were already gaining considerable reputation, to the point that they were often part of the tributes demanded by the Court of the Middle Kingdom. The manufacturing techniques from that time were already very sophisticated and diversified.