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The silk fibers are produced as tiny caterpillars grow and spin cocoons made of silk around themselves. In order to obtain the silk, these caterpillars are killed without being allowed to fly as butterflies from their cocoons. We prefer vegan silk to allow butterflies to fly freely. The raw material of vegan silk (Bemberg Cupro) is made from cotton linter, which is the short, downy fiber enfolding cotton seeds and is normally disposed of without being used as a fiber source. Due to its soft texture and eco-friendly nature, cupro is referred to as vegan silk. 🦋 is free Fly with Saraskla
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