Maroon Arashi Shibori Scarf. Fun to experiment with the various ways to wear and display those pleats! A beautiful cultural keepsake to accent your personal lifestyle looks. A very sculptural piece.
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Maroon Arashi Shibori Scarf. A 30-40 yrs. old Kimono fabric was folded, tied, and compressed on a large tube, then treated through several dye processes (Shibori), called an Arashi (Storm) pattern due to the angled lines, like winds of a storm. Inspired by local plants and flowers, I used dyes to mimic the color of Bougainvillea and orchids among other flowers. I call these my "Tropical Storm" (Arashi) scarves. Truly unique, no two are alike. Definitely dry clean (no pressing). Contemporary looking, but traditional Japanese with a local touch. (Actually a lot of touching and twisting, by me). Approximately 14" x 84" This one has a few rough spots, which are lost among the pleats. Free Shipping within the USA.
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