At MOC we create each garment one by one, and each one is different.
The process is slow and delicate, but the result is worth it. We want to make consumers aware that good things take time, we fight against irresponsible and immediate consumption.
Experimenting with cyanotype
(monochrome photographic process, which produces a negative copy of the original in a blue color).
Indigo dyed silk velvet.
Drying cochineal dyed fabrics.
The cochineal is the insect from which the carmine red comes from.
Etching the fabrics to allow the dye color to set in.
We use the technique of natural dyes to avoid polluting our planet. We do not use any toxic ingredients, we do everything in a natural way.
Dyeing with flowers to create beautiful patterns.
After dyeing we wash all fabrics by hand with neutral soap.
The process of dyeing with flowers is slow and careful.
The cochineal bath.
The textile industry has become the second most environmentally damaging industry, which is why we use the old-fashioned technique of dyeing.
Preparing the cochineal bath.
All the colors of nature are amazing, once you see them, you don't like any other.
"Tiene un poco especial..."
When we started experimenting with dyes.