This one-of-a-kind Bast Kimono has been botanically dyed with indigo, weld and logwood. Rose pelagoniums, silver oaks and hibiscus flowers, foraged from my walks in Cape Town, were used to eco print the silk. The kimono is trimmed with denim from upcycled jeans that I found in local markets.
To reflect the divine feminine nature of every woman, every kimono is named after a goddess. This one is named after Bast, the sensual Egyptian cat goddess, proctectress of women and children. She enjoyed dance, music and perfume.
This kimono is available at KOR in Aspen, Colorado. (970)920-0000.