No fixed place or home, someone who straggles from place to place, wandering about their own life circle, that is a Vagabond. Since they have no one to depends on, they must know much how to fix or renewing things, like clothes. Japanese known best of fixing clothes by their traditional treatment from the past, Boro. Boro, a class of Japanese textiles that have been patched together, be the main fabric treatment in this collection. Both circular-shape Boro and embroidery representing Japan as the Land of the Sun Rises. Combined with simple Sashiko and blanket stitches used to patch the fabrics making a Boro. Blue and brown be the main color of the collection, knowing how Vagabond often see more nature, sky and land. A vagabond is very carefree, they wear clothes simply out of comfort, and versatility, so that loose fit silhouette of clothes chosen in the collection.
Patchworks Boro Patchwork Sashiko Blanket Stitch RIpped