Indigo People’s fall/winter 2014 lookbook is a tribute to the enduring beauty of indigo by showing the impeccable combination of handcrafted scarves with authentic work wear. Since its invention in the late 1800s, denim work wear has withstood the test of time and has become one of the important style icons in the fashion world. It’s a testimony to the richness of indigo that today jeans are still made from blue denim. The work wear outfits and the old factory setting provide the ideal backdrop for showcasing Indigo People’s unique scarves that have been hand loomed with the greatest passion.
1ST ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS: KATORI & OTOBE
It’s said that the first year of life is the most important. For Indigo People it was a year of experimenting, reinventing and close collaboration with the artisans from several weaving communities. It was also a year of re-exploring the denim world and meeting a lot of indigo lovers who inspired and motivated us to carry on our passion. To celebrate the first anniversary, Indigo People specially designed the Katori and Otobe scarf for the autumn/winter 2014 collection to show the perfect fusion between craftsmanship and style. This combination of deep natural indigo color with traditional hand loom and comprehensive weaving patterns sets the tone for a series of richly decorated scarves in the future. To emphasize the uniqueness of these scarves, they are delivered in a cotton bag that has been manually dyed in natural indigo.
These are truly beautiful scarves – they had sent me a couple to check out and they are one more reason for me to look forwards to colder weather! 😉 I really suggest – if you love denim as much as I do, that you check these absolutely awesome scarves out. You can buy them online here.