Looking in from the outside, you could almost discern that aesthetes are groups of rather selfish individuals. But then again, this could hardly be an exercise in discernment in view of the fact that you may not have looked into their world closely enough. While you may have taken the proverbial eye off of the ball for far too long, they have been onto a good wicket for a considerable amount of time. And there are those who have come to identify having style and panache and a good taste for some of the finer things in life as rather good for their physical and emotional health.
Well, you do have to admit. The gentlemen do look rather dashing with silk designer ties knotted perfectly round their well-defined necks in the fine traditions of Oxford and Windsor. And the ladies do look rather elegant and comfortable with silk designer scarves wrapped stylishly round their slender, porcelain-like necks, particularly on those blustery cool autumn mornings. And they all say that silk pajamas do add to the wholesome sleep experience. And let’s not forget the thrill of the ladies’ silk lingerie.
Nothing else seems to compare to silk’s ability to heighten the emotions, all of which are rather positive. There can be no doubt that the sensations that silk incites is good for the human body and mind. Silk is derived from the silkworm. Or is it? And is it not possible to suggest that the bespoke designer and manufacturer of silk materials and all the products traditional to it is going about his business in a rather sustainable manner in terms of keeping himself attuned to the values of quality as opposed to mass-producing in favor of quality and those who have not yet qualified themselves as aesthetes.