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Reinvented Kimono

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MULTINATIONAL COLLABORATION

Vintage Indian saris are given new life in this multi patterned Japanese-style kimono. They're collected from Indian homes, one by one, by trading in exchange for essential household items. Skilled tailors in Rajasthan, India cut and sew them by hand into floaty midi-length robes. As each is made using cuttings from different saris, they're all unique blends of colors and patterns. The result is an inviting silhouette that's perfect for spa nights and lazy Sunday mornings. Sleeves have gathered wrists, and the wraparound belt is finished with brass beads and a small fringe at each end. Designed in Canada. Handmade in India.

Due to the recycled and handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary.

MADE FROM

silk, repurposed sari

MEASUREMENTS

48" L; one size fits most

CARE

Hand wash delicate in cold water. Hang to dry.

NOTES

No choice of color - each will vary

ITEM ID

49562

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