Thai designer Saran Yen is experimenting with natural dyed cotton for his Wabi Sabi garment project. He's taken his inspiration from Leonard Koren's book Wabi-Sabi for Artists, Designers, Poets and Philosophers.
At his website, he writes about these stunning garments, intended for the Japanese market: the wabi-sabi aesthetic include asymmetry, asperity, simplicity, modesty, intimacy, and the suggestion of natural processes. As a result, the fabric is dyed with natural components such as yeast, coffee etc.
Hand stitched details, holes and wrinkles is used to create a new perception of beauty - his interpretation of imperfection in fashion design. I love it. Do you?
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