In this new era characterized by its emphasis on speed, our artisans completely reimagines the idea of quality through the revival of the age-old craft of weaving. They pay homage to the value of time through the use of manually operated wooden looms. By using cotton and silk fibers, motifs and colors are woven combining ancient Greek culture, traditional art and minimal aesthetics on marvelous gowns with special embroideries. Establishing their distinctive quality, each piece of their collection are produced in limited quantities.

Throughout the centuries, women utilized different types of yarn, such as silk, wool, and cotton. They undertook the laborious and time-consuming task of processing wool, followed by the intricate dyeing process. Plant-based food like walnut, indigo, and radish were used to achieve the desired colors. However, in today's world, the manual loom has all but vanished, having been replaced by mechanized versions. The weaving process has become automated, and only a few households and folk museums still preserve the traditional loom.