Our Haru Kimono is an amalgamation of all our favourite design elements: an oversized box cut with dropped shoulders and wide, full length sleeves that can be turned up. The silhouette is soft and loose. The neckline is scooped and the front closes with buttons crafted from brass, mother of pearl or coconut shell and hand-stitched button holes.
Two fully lined patch pockets reverse the grid lines of the weave, adding a touch of quirk but with sumptuous practicality; big enough to hold the little treasures you find while beach combing or foraging in the forest.
This piece is fully lined in a soft silk-cotton blend. The outer cloth is soft and light; we’ve run quilting stitch across the fabric to bind it to the lining, adding strength and durability.
This style is highly versatile. We suggest making it your every day go-to jacket to add unmatched beauty to your wardrobe! Pair it with loose palazzo for comfort, or with skinny jeans for an edgier look. Layer it over hand-knitted sweaters during the cold months.
To learn more about the inspiration and work behind our Rebirth Collection, read here.
Material & Care
Mixed fabrics: may contain silk, cotton, linen & wool. Please treat with care and love by dry cleaning only.
One size suitable for a wide range of shapes and sizes.
- Cross-shoulder: 96 cm (37”)
- Cross-chest: 96 cm (37”)
- Length: 78 cm (30”)
- Back neck width: 18 cm (7”)
- Sleeve opening: 27 cm (10”)
Haru Kimono | rothko
Every item from our Rebirth Collection is completely unique and a piece of wearable art. Created from 45kg of scrap fabric and hand crafted over 8 months from start to finish by countless skilled hands, Rebirth represents what we consider to be the ultimate in sustainable and luxury fashion.
Rebirth is born from a deep commitment to environmental and social sustainability. Completely crafted from repurposed scrap fabric, each style is cut according to a zero waste pattern.
Our textile waste, collected over many years, has been sorted by fibre and into colour families by our partner, Paiwand Studio. Scraps are then cut into narrow pieces and made into long strips of flat yarn. These are hand woven on a warp of black and white cotton threads according to a meticulously planned colour map.
The pattern which emerges appears organic, but the placement and positioning of every single colour within the weaving grid has been meticulously planned and executed according to the artistic vision of Paiwand Studio.
Each style is named after one of the four seasons in Japan, reflecting their timeless nature. Any variations or irregularities are part of the design and inherent to the production process.
- Eco: all materials are natural and thus bio-degradable. Each item is crafted from between 0.5 - 1 kg of waste fabric, and the clothing patterns are zero-waste.
- Ethical: the entire process from fabric sorting to garment construction is carried out by Paiwand Studio, an ethical manufacturer committed to high environmental and labour standards.
- Women empowerment: handwork by women from highly marginalised communities from the outskirts of Delhi.