Kiriko x Prospective Flow
Garment-dyed, loose-fitting and easy to layer. It feels both aggressively contemporary and deeply reverential.
Our infinity scarves combine multiple silk kimono fabrics to make something truly unique. Each of these vintage fabrics was created using highly intricate techniques, and tell a story of Japanese fabric-making history.
These metal pieces are from the company called Hakuhodo. They are from the city of Takaoka in the Toyama Prefecture. Toyama and Oregon are sister states.
These limited run tees are patched with scraps of vintage fabric from Japan and inspired by old Boro patchwork.
We are excited to announce our collaboration with Prospective Flow designer "MUTSU." As a way to carry on the spirit of Mottainai, we provided Mutsu with our vintage boro fabrics. This is what he created.
A one-woman operation, Dina throws and glazes each piece in her studio in Portland, Oregon. Dina’s mugs will have you looking forward to your morning cup of tea or coffee.
Find our lookbook in the journal section to see inspiration for a winter look with the continued evolution of Japanese textiles. Modernized traditional garment silhouettes to blend with Western fashion.