The ‘Koromo’ collection offers one-of-a-kind art to wear! Japanese designer Ryoko Haraguchi's avant garde designs integrate timeless Indian textiles with traditional Japanese techniques.
Using silks, Haraguchi marries techniques of weaving and stitching, with Japanese Itajime and Kaki-shibu persimmon dyeing. In Itajime, the fabric is clamped to a grooved wooden board that resist the dye when compressed. The persimmon dye bathes the fabric with a tannin-rich, aged and fermented persimmon extract.
This silk taffeta A-line top is gradation-dyed in a cool gray to charcoal, overdyed in Kaki-shibu persimmon. This elegant and ageless silhoutette has and a long back zipper for easy wear, and dolman sleeves.