Of all the things I eschew due to my veganism, the one that most people have the hardest time getting is that I don't buy/wear silk.
Because indeed the silk worms die to clothe us.
I admit it's intriguing to me, although there's little info about what happens next: Do the moths just fly off to live free, unfettered lives in Norway?
But it actually doesn't eliminate the larger ethical issue that most vegans adhere to: that we are not entitled to use animals for our own purposes. That old PETA slogan: animals are not ours to eat, wear or experiment on" (or something like that.)
Now, the brand, FIN, has a crappy web site with frames and images, so I can't just link you to their description of the product, or even cut and paste it, but they describe it like this:
If it's really as idyllic and "natural" as they describe it's hard for even philosophical stickler me to reject wearing that!
Now, if only the line name Eco-Lux wasn't quite so accurate. Yeah, it's pricey.