This newly developed fiber created using the stems of rose bushes, is so smooth, subtly shiny and lightweight it can easily be confused with premium silk. Similar to bamboo in its appearance, the production method involves low heat stems pulping to allow for the extraction of the cellulose and then dissolvement in a solvent with negligible amounts of biodegradable non-harmful to the environment chemicals.

Its unique texture makes it one of the easiest to spin cellulose fibers and the fastest absorber of dyes amongst cellulose. This means optimal use of both energy and raw material from fiber to fabric.