We are currently working with local communities to launch a range of Cambodian Golden Silk products.
Cambodia has a rich history of silk production and was once renowned for its unique ‘Golden Silk’, a textile and industry deeply rooted in the cultural heritage and social traditions of the country.
The industry was devastated in the 1970s during the Khmer Rouge regime, struggling to recover ever since. We are working with and supporting rural communities to reintroduce and redevelop the production of Golden Silk in the province of Kampot bringing the tradition back to life.
We are committed to supporting local silk production programs, especially from our Golden Silk farm in Kampot, where we were the first to revive the Seri-Culture.
With the support of the Kosal Foundation, we were able to revive the unique skills of the industry, to support these producers and add to the improvement of their livelihoods. We aim to ensure the maintenance of traditional practices that are ethical, environmentally sustainable and that provide essential support to the livelihoods of the communities. Not only do we purchase from these communities, but we also provide training and development to ensure that practices will continue to create the most minimal impact on both people and the environment.
We are currently working with local communities to launch a range of Cambodian Golden Silk products
Please contact us for more information on Cambodian Silkand and its launch date.