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Inidigo shibori kimono

Posts about shibori on Flextiles

Yukata (informal summer kimono) cotton. Shibori (means “to wring, squeeze and press”) and Indigo Dying. The seigaiha (literally "blue ocean waves") pattern is very popular in Japanese design. Note the two shades of blue – from greater and lesser saturation of the dye – which provide great contrast with the white ground.

Japanese Yukata (informal summer kimono) Shibori : the seigaiha (blue ocean waves) pattern Note the two shades of blue – from greater and lesser saturation of the dye – which provide great contrast with the white ground.

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Cerebrating 400 years of RIMPA, An Exhibition of the works of 200 Kyoto Artists

Key Trends AW15 | Japanese | Kimono. Styling Emma Thomas, Ali Brown and Laura Vinden, photographs Damian Russell.

Back to reality after an amazing experience in Japan. Every single thing is fascinating in that country! From the busy and electric Tokyo to the more quiet places as Kamakura or the sacred Koyasan …

Shibori summer kimono. Taisho to very early Showa (1912-1930), Japan. The Kimono Gallery. A sheer ro hitoe kimono with all motifs constructed utilizing the shibori (tie-dye) technique. Our assessment is that the variations in color in the shibori - for example some yellowish areas - are intentional and are attributes to the total aesthetic. The shibori work on this kimono is exceptionally intricate, and must have been accomplished by a gifted craftsman.

Taisho to very early Showa Japan. The Kimono Gallery. A sheer ro hitoe kimono with all motifs constructed utilizing the shibori (tie-dye) technique. Our assessment.

Moriguchi Kunihiko

Moriguchi Kunihiko