- Studio D'Artisan Original Kasuri Indigo Fabric
- Denim base
- String fastener
- Wooden bead closure
A traditional tote, if you will, the Kinchaku (巾着) is closely woven into Japanese Kimono culture as a ubiquitous accessory. A bag used to embellish an outfit, but also carry the daily necessities as kimono famously lack pockets, SDA reimagine a classic Kinchaku using a storied fabric.
Traditionally in Japan, Kimono were worn as everyday clothing with fabrics carefully selected so as to suit the seasonal changes through-ought the year. Fabrics ranged greatly, with intricate patterns and dyeing techniques giving each garment a unique look and texture that allowed each wearer to stand out from one another. Fast forward to the modern-era and wearing Kimono has taken somewhat of a backseat in the everyday sense. Stepping in to revive and breathe new life into these timeless fabrics, SDA have collected antique Kimonos of a foregone era and painstakingly created several garments and accessories as part of their new "Kimono" series.
*Measurements: Height - 18cm (7"), Base width - 12.5cm (4.9"), Base length - 16.5cm (6.5")
Made in Okayama, Japan