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silk mud dyed coat

silk mud dyed coat

Regular price ¥104,500
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Xiang Yun Sha, a specialty of China's Guangdong Province, is a silk fabric made using traditional dyeing techniques.

In the dyeing process, the fabric is dyed with natural Somemo yam juice, then local river mud is used to spread it over the fabric, and after washing, it is left to air dry outside, giving it a unique cracked texture.
This process is repeated.

The Xiang Yun Sha dyeing technique is a rare fabric that has been registered as a national intangible cultural heritage in China.

A long coat with padding that gives you a Japanese element by using a distinctive pattern of straight lines joined together on the sleeves.

Outer material: 100% Silk
Lining: 100% Polyester

*Due to the material fading and changing over time, we recommend washing each item separately.

23AW theme
Shangri-La, a fictional utopia in the depths of Tibet that appears in the novel "Lost Horizon," is a combination of Western technological civilization and the ancient spiritual culture of the East.
I believe that the fundamental philosophy of Eastern thought, which is the antithesis of the mass consumer society born of Western progressivism and modern rationalism, and that the providence of nature is the greatest principle, is most needed now.

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