Sustainable Silk

Set your silk free

Meet the easy wear, easy care Numi silk collection.
Designed to fit into modern life like a dream - day or night, work or play. Wear your silk whenever, however. Stylish pieces made from Numi's Sustainable Silk that look and feel beautiful and are free from the standard silk stresses like staining and dry cleaning.

The Simone

A classic button-up. Perfect for low-key workwear or weekend style.


The Ida

A simple but stylish reversible short sleeve blouse.


The Audre

An essential reversible tank top with keyhole button detail.


The Hedy

A beautifully simple classic cami.


Forward-Thinking Materials

Functional fabrics designed to make your life easier and be kinder to the planet.
Numi's Sustainable Silk is a blend of 31% Silk and 69% Naia™, treated with bluesign® compliant stain repellent technology

The Finer Details

Easy Wear

Numi's Sustainable Silk is treated with bluesign® compliant stain repellent technology making each piece water, oil and dirt repellent.

bluesign® compliant guarantees the greatest possible exclusion of substances that could be harmful to humans or the environment.

Easy Care

Forget the dry cleaner. Numi's Sustainable Silk pieces are machine washable.

It's this easy, wash on cold, tumble dry on low and, if needed, iron on low heat.


Naia™ is a responsibly sourced cellulose acetate from sustainably managed pine and eucalyptus forests and plantations. It is produced in a safe, closed-loop process where solvents are recycled back into the system for reuse.

Naia™ is OEKO-TEX® 100 product class 1 certified and made with no hazardous chemicals.

Styles Inspired By

Simone de Beauvoir
Author & foundational feminist, in 1949, she published The Second Sex and revolutionized feminist thought by exposing a long-hidden truth – that there is no binary female nature. She consulted biology, history, mythology, literature, ethnology, medicine and psychoanalysis to question the roles assigned to women.

Ida Wells-Barnett
An American investigative journalist, educator, and early leader in the civil rights movement. She was one of the founders of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). She became the most famous black woman in America, during a life that was focused on combating prejudice and violence, and fighting for equality for African American women.

Audre Lorde
A self-described “black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet,” she used the power of her words to confront and address injustices of racism, sexism, classism, and homophobia. Her influential essays such as “The Master’s Tools Will Not Dismantle the Master’s House” continue to lead the conversation on social justice movements today.

Hedy Lamarr
Made history with her femme fatale persona on the big screen, working with stars like Clark Gable and Spencer Tracy. But beyond the screen starlet, she was also a thriving female inventor. She devised a method of encrypting signals to prevent enemy spies listening to sensitive information, which became the underlying method of how we use Wi-Fi today.