Each fabric has its own language. It speaks by its texture, its touch, its transparency or its opacity. With the colour, in the light, it tells us stories.
To begin with, we have white silk. Composed of threads made by the larva of a butterfly, this organic material remains alive. Silk has a beautiful way of absorbing pigments while keeping its shine and silky texture.
To give her silk scarves their unique colour, ursula k. starts the dyeing by direct immersion in the boiling vat of colouring. The dyeing pallet is infinitely rich. Handled sensitively, the colours don't overlap each other, they add up - creating luxurious shades that change depending on light and the eye of the beholder.
Silk has a beautiful way of absorbing pigments while keeping its shine and silky texture.