Parachute Takes Pampering to a Luxe Level With Its Cloud-Like Robes

The invention of the towel is mostly associated with a city called Bursa, in Turkey and dates as early as 17th century. The towels started as woven pieces of linen and cotton, yet to this day Turkish towels are recognized as the best and the most luxurious in the world.

It’s no wonder that when searching for a factory to make the highest quality towels and robes, Ariel Kaye, the founder of Parachute, went all the way to Turkey. It was in the Aegean region, that she found a place where the fibers are spun so that air passes through the cotton, creating extra long yarns with an expansive surface area making for exceptionally fluffy and absorbent towels and robes.

Lavinia Lumezanu

With a passion for travel and fitness, as well as foreign languages and cultures, Lavinia has always been an adventurer. She loves discovering new places as often as possible, whether it's luxury resorts around the world or cozy little bungalows full of charm and local flair, eating in Michelin star restaurants or sampling the local street food. You can read more about her endeavors at https://lav...(Read More)

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