Crafted in Japan using the botanical dye method (see below), this thin jumper is so soft and luxurious to wear. Featuring a wide body with long sleeves and dropped shoulders. The High neckline is finished with a frayed cotton edging, softening the edge.
Botanical Dye Method, also known as Log Wood Dye
Logwood has been appreciated by Native Americans, the Maya as a "sacred tree that brings light". This dye technique has been used on various occasions including the coat of Napoleon, peacoat for Royal Navies, robes for monks, black keys on piano, and Gibson guitars to name a few.
The logwood us known as the dye with all hues. In fact, it can create many colours depending on how it is applied. Of the many possibilities of logwood dye techniques, we would like to present a sophisticated Ivory in our collection.
Model is 5'6", size 10-12 and wears a size 36 (UK10).
Composition: 90% Cotton 10% Wool, Added cloth: 100% Cotton
Washing: Hand Wash Gently. Do not bleach. No not tumble dry. Line dry in the shade.