This collection touches upon the beauty that may be found in cracks, patches, and that which is broken. It is inspired by kintsugi, the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with golden joinery.
This collection embodies subtle beauty. Contrasting patterns harmonize with complex torn and cut textures. Natural fibers gracefully unfold into silhouettes at once dynamic and quiet. Reflections upon the spirit of the Japanese concept, shibui.
This collection of signature work is influenced by traditional designs such as kimono and haori. Contemporary shapes emerge from clean lines. Detailed stitching defines and transforms a traditionally dyed surface. A hint of the elusive Japanese aesthetic, iki.