Sericyne - Behind the scenes

In the heart of the mulberry fields, Sericyne silk is produced in a former silk farm in the Cévennes. Every day, our craftsmen collect silkworms from the rearers. Raised for 30 days, the insects are carefully selected for the quality of their yarn and the colour of their silk. Once in the workshop, the silkworms are gently placed on moulds and carefully reproduce shapes in two or three dimensions. When the moulds are covered, the silk can be harvested by our craftsmen. This material can be transformed in a number of ways. We work with a network of craftsmen with specialised skills (pleaters, dyers, embroiderers, etc.). They add a wide range of aesthetic qualities to our material.

The team

Clara

Clara

Presidente

With excellence as the key word, from the earth to the finished substance, my ambition is to make Sericyne silk an essential material in the luxury sector.

Nathalie

Nathalie

Administrative Manager

My mission: to ensure that all the means are in place for Sericyne to achieve its ambitions.

Solène

Solène

Head of design and communication project development

My mission: to ensure that all the means are in place for Sericyne to achieve its ambitions.

Jeanne

Jeanne

Production site manager

My challenge with Sericyne: to revitalise the silk production sector in France.

Sarah

Sarah

Workshop manager at the factory

My family has always worked in the silk industry. This innovation holds the potential for the revival of the sector in France.

Sylvie

Sylvie

Craft artist at the factory

My mission: to create Sericyne silk every day as a passionate perfectionist.