Luxury should feel good...

every step of the way.


Peace Silk...

All Scarves by Katy Rosenthal are made with organic, non-violent silk, or Ahimsa silk.   This is an exceptional, vegan-friendly fabric that is produced without killing silkworms.

Organic Process...

The trees where the caterpillars grow and live are not treated with any insecticides, fungicides, or genetically-modified sprays.

“Degumming” of the silk is also done naturally without using any toxic chemicals.

Environmental Innovation...  

Yarns are developed using a solar-powered spinning machine, and the designs are digitally printed using GOTS certified organic inks.  

The digital printing process used minimizes waste, making it more eco-friendly than conventional methods.

Working Conditions...

All artisans involved in the process work under clean, safe conditions and are paid wages that reach International Labor Organization standards.


Packaging...

All packaging & other paper materials have been made & printed with environmentally friendly practices (even the stickers—thanks, Greenprinter!)

Your scarf will arrive in a streamlined, 100% recyclable mailer made from 100% recycled materials, carefully wrapped in 100% recycled tissue paper.  And the hemp twine to tie it all up in a pretty bow?  You guessed it—recycled!

Jharkand, while world-renowned for its silkworm cultivation, remains an impoverished region where most of the population is precluded from reaping the benefits of their work with this precious resource.  Project Cocccon, founded in 2012, has made it its aim to involve the local community in its own healthy economic development, creating equitable employment opportunities centered around its innovative new modes of organic silk production.

Jharkand, while world-renowned for its silkworm cultivation, remains an impoverished region where most of the population is precluded from reaping the benefits of their work with this precious resource.  Project Cocccon, founded in 2012, has made it its aim to involve the local community in its own healthy economic development, creating equitable employment opportunities centered around its innovative new modes of organic silk production.