''What I have tried to transfer on paper the sensitivity and the implicit romanticism that exists in the silk, which has a lot to do with the territory, the worms, the cocoons, the manual trades'' - Jasmine Bains.
In the serene countryside, where rolling fields meet ancient traditions, lies the heart of mulberry silk production. A shimmering symphony of handwoven fabric from the diligent hands of nature, emerges through a meticulous alchemy of silkworms' delicate artistry, as they spin cocoons cocooned in the nourishing embrace of exclusive mulberry leaves.
Flower dye eco printing is not just a technique, it's an ode to nature's vibrant palette. Using petals, leaves and natural dyes obtained from flowers, I have discovered an eco friendly way to infuse textiles with exquisite colours and patterns, all while reducing the environmental impact of traditional dyeing methods.