Suvin is one of the most luxurious and precious cottons in the world.
It comes from the union between the Sujata variety produced in India and coming from the ancient and rare Egyptian cotton Karnak Menoufi and the cotton of Saint Vincent Island in the Caribbean Sea. The name SuVin comes from this combination.
Suvin cotton, produced in 90s in India, specifically in the West Indies, is extremely valuable: the length of its fibers is about 39 millimeters, indeed the Suvin fibers are characterized by being the longest in the world and, moreover, they are pure and resistant.
The harvesting process is made completely by hand and the yarn is treated with extreme care and attention to avoid damaging the precious fibers.
The fibers of Suvin cotton allow to create the highest quality clothing.
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