This one-of-a-kind kimono has been botanically dyed with madder, weld and logwood. Rose pelargoniums, beefwood needles and oxalis foraged from my walks in Cape Town, were used to eco print the silk. The kimono is trimmed with upcycled jeans found in local markets.
To reflect the divine feminine nature of women, each kimono is named after a goddess. This one is named after the alleged goddess of second chances. LLabrodga opened a disappearing pathway to bliss on the autumn equinox.
This kimono is available at KOR in Aspen, Colorado (970)920-0000.