SERIBU BUNGA - Silk Kain in Soga Brown
HAND-DRAWN & NATURALLY DYED IN
GESIKHARJO VILLAGE, EAST JAVA.
Kain means 'cloth' in Indonesian, a fabric that has adorned the bodies of Javanese women through centuries. Wrap over your shoulders as a scarf, tie around your waist as a skirt, or style them as a dress. Crafted with soft silk fabric and finished with hand-stitched detailing, each is an heirloom piece that will accompany for years to come.
STORY & PROCESS
SERIBU BUNGA means one thousand flowers in Indonesian, an embodiment of our mission to empower 1,000 craftswomen in villages across Indonesia. The motif is a reinterpretation of a forgotten Jasmine flower motif that has been passed down through generations in Gesikharjo village, East Java.
Each piece of this collection takes at least 30 days to craft by hand - and uses two different blends of plant based natural dyes. Learn more.
Color and pattern variations may occur and are part of the charm of this handcrafted fabric. We love that one-of-a-kind-feel!
- Technique: Hand drawn Batik.
- Color: 100% natural dyes.
- Material: 80% Silk, 20% Cotton Blend.