Indigo People is coming with a nice Spring collection for 2015. Their inspiration for the collection came from Kasuri. Kasuri, a Japanese word originated from the Malay word ‘ikat’, was historically produced in Central, South and most of Southeast Asia. It became a traditional folk textile in Japan since the middle of the 18th century. Kasuri patterns have distinctive blurry edges, known as the soft edge technique, and look as if they were splashed onto the fabric. Taking inspiration from the antique Kasuri textiles, Indigo People brings this dyeing technique back to its origine of Southeast Asia for upcoming Spring.
The collection containss 8 scarves with each of it its own unique beauty. Below some sneak images of this blue gold. Let the Spring begin!