- Color: Fuchsia
Beautiful design, luxurious material, perfection in every details. Nicely wrapped. Real artisan work!
I can dress it up or make it more casual. Love the colours, wear with pants, skirt of dress. feels comfy, good to touch, lovely mixture of woven colours .
This is even more beautiful than it looks on the website! Nicely done and great quality. The colors are gorgeous and will go with almost any of my clothing. Ill be wearing this a lot this Fall!
Batik Rayon Skirt in Green and Magenta from Bali, "Gingko Leaf"
Inspired by fall, Balinese artisan Endah creates this lovely skirt. Crafted from suave rayon, this high-low skirt is decorated using the batik method; a wax resist is stamped by hand onto the fabric before it is treated with colorful dyes, resulting in entrancing green and magenta leaf motifs. An elastic waistline gives the skirt a gathered hemline.
Floral 100% Baby Alpaca Cardigan in Maroon from Peru, "Dream Garden in Maroon"
The fine alpaca fleece of the season's first shearing, called baby alpaca, is what makes this thigh-length sweater coat so irresistibly soft. Peru's Ana Fernandez designed the swirling floral pattern, inspired by 19th-century baroque textiles. This luxurious accessory closes with coconut shell buttons.
Batik Rayon Caftan in Mint and Magenta from Bali, "Gingko Leaf"
Inspired by fall, Balinese artisan Endah creates this lovely caftan. Crafted from suave rayon, this caftan is decorated using the batik method; a wax resist is stamped by hand onto the fabric before it is treated with colorful dyes, resulting in entrancing mint green and magenta leaf motifs. A tie cinches this caftan at the waist for a flirty look.
Fuchsia and Multi-Color Striped Acrylic Knit Ruana, "Garden Strata"
Alfredo Falcon of Peru designs this striped acrylic kimono-style ruana with bold colors and a mixture of geometric motifs. A touch of baby alpaca, the fine fleece from the season's first shearing, adds to the ruana's warmth and feel. Coconut shell buttons define a sleeve when buttoned. Lightweight, the ruana makes a wonderful layering piece.
Alfredo Falcon learned the craft of weaving from his parents, who learned from their parents before them. He says, “We have been a family devoted to the world of textiles for generations. I use modern colors but I remain true to Incan and colonial motifs.”