Thank you to Highsnobiety for the feature! They were one of the first places to post about the brand when we first started out and we're very grateful to their team for their continued support.
"When we first discovered Kiriko two years ago, it was a small brand producing batches of handmade soft accessories. Earlier this year, we saw Kiriko expand toselvedge denim — and recently, the label has grown even more. It now boasts traditional Japanese attire in its added product lineup alongside a whole new webstore section called Kuma, curated lifestyle goods sourced from third parties.
In the new garments category are button-downs, kimonos, kendo gear and even vintage US Army jackets, all featuring Kiriko’s signature traditional Japanese fabric. A diverse range of headwear, from caps and knit beanies to summer fedoras, complement one-of-a-kind sashiko pouches. We love all of it."
See the full post here.