The Arionhod Kimono has been dyed with indigo, weld and logwood. Rose pelargoniums, silver oaks and oxalis, foraged on my walks in Cape Town, were used to make the ecoprint on the silk. It is trimmed with upcycled denim that I found in local markets.
Reflecting the divine feminine nature of women, this kimono has been named after the foddess Arionhod. She was the goddess of fertility and weaver of cosmic time and fate.
This kimono is available at KOR in Aspen, Colorado (970)920-2000