A family business that has been growing the silk worms and weaving traditional handicrafts for the last 40 years. In a town called Soufli in Thrace, Greece that is renowned for its quality and artistry in sericulture and silk weaving. By the 20th century, Soufli had become an important trade center and the silk weaves from Soufli were exported around the world.
These silk scarves can be worn in multiple ways; knot the piece around your neck, tie it to your handbag straps or wear it as a hair piece.
This design is inspired by a mythological creature who lived outside the city of Thebes, Greece, and asked a riddle to all travelers. The riddle she asked is a famous one; which is the creature that has one voice, but has four feet in the morning, two feet in the afternoon, and three feet at night?