CALL ME CONFIDENT BLOUSE
Murano Glass Terrazzo Printed Organic Silk Crepe de Chine
She’s the first one to introduce herself to a group of strangers. This chic patterned organic silk crepe de chine blouse was made for those authentic (yet bold) first impressions.
Mammina is wearing her size, an XS.
Length is 57 cm (22.5”)
- Organic Natural Horn Ivory Buttons
- Side slit
Pre-order shipping window: May 1st-June 31st
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Main Fabric: 100% Organic Silk
Made in Italy
Made in Italy
The ABNY brand is made possible by the exquisite craftsmanship of Italian artisans who manufacture all our clothing and accessories with a low-carbon footprint. Production of our sustainable fabrics are developed in family-owned factories, utilizing renewable resources and preventing further production of microplastics.
Our small and skillful team of artisans in Italy have been manufacturing high quality clothing for generations. The ABNY seamstresses are now crafting tailored and timeless clothing that will become the vintage of the future.
Almost 100% of our virgin silk fabrics in our collection are organic with GOTS certification.
The only exception is our silk blended canvas that is made of 51% non-organic silk.
Organic silk is grown from the “Mulberry” tree. It is differentiated from traditional silk yarn because of the dynamic cultivation method and the feeding of the silk worms with mulberry leaves grown organically.
No pesticides or insecticides are used in the cultivation ensuring the purity of the fiber and the health of the farmers. Pesticides are responsible for killing organisms that keep our soils healthy, having caused the deterioration of a third of the world’s soil, as well as being linked to causing cancer to farmers with direct exposure. It is essential that pesticides must be eliminated in order to increase biological diversity and protect human health.
Organic silk is also weaved, dyed or printed and finished without the use of any chemical substances according to strict GOTS environmental and toxicological criteria.
Silk decomposes effortlessly and is naturally compostable. It's also great for recycling.