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KABUTO

In Edo Japan, artistry became an effective skill for maintaining power amid competitive clans. Armor offered an opportunity to exhibit one’s wealth and refinement, and the kabuto — the helmet — was the most valued of all items. Inspired by a ceremonial Edo helmet in the shape of flailing octopus, Kabuto reimagines its forms and fluidity, sinuous and twisting. Suggesting the splendor of woven brocades, it is rich and enigmatic, ever-changing as it catches the light.
CONTENT
84% viscose
16% silk
WIDTH
57″
REPEAT
11 1/2″h x 7″v
USE
curtains
light upholstery
CARE
dry clean only
CFA OFFERED
yes
MINIMUM ORDER
1 yard

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AVAILABLE COLORWAYS

 
NO. ZFKB-01
 

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