Different Shades of Blue
Indigo From Around The World
Aboubakar Fofana
Aboubakar Fofana
Indigo from Mali, Africa
Aboubakar Fofana
Born in Mali and raised in France, Aboubakar Fofana is a multidisciplinary artist and designer whose working mediums include calligraphy, textiles and natural dyes. He is known for his work in reinvigorating and redefining West African indigo dyeing techniques, and much of his focus is devoted to the preservation and reinterpretation of traditional West African textile and natural dyeing techniques and materials.
Aboubakar Fofana
Aboubakar Fofana
Aboubakar Fofana
Aboubakar Fofana
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Maison de Soil

Maison de Soil
Indigo from Japan
Maison de Soil
Maison de Soil is a Japanese line that blends luxury and comfort with handcraft and tradition. Soil, as a reference to “earth,” conjures up an image of a workshop connected to the land. The collection offers authentic indigo designs with a warm unique quality, entirely hand-stitched and hand-dyed by skilled artisans.
Sacai
Sacai
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Hmong Collection
Hmong
Indigo from Southeast Asia
Hmong Collection
The Hmong peoples originated from the Tibetan plains and have resettled in the hill country of Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand. Due to the absence of written Hmong language, the images represented in their textiles played an important role in communication. Like other tribes, they cultivate indigo varieties to create their blue dyed cloth. Intricate embroidery is often added to their batiked textiles to facilitate their depiction of complex cultural symbols, history, and folklore.
Hmong Photography by: Prashat Ram
Hmong Colleection
Hmong Collection
Hmong Collection
Homg Collection
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