Saturday, February 28, 2009

Slip On Jersey Dress

Sometimes less is more. Slip into the ease and comfort of soft cotton jersey knit with this dress. This perfect dress is made to pack for traveling with minimal wrinkling.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Happy Customers - Tailor Made

Steal coy glances all night in this halter dress! A plunging V-neck and flirty A-line skirt create a classically glamorous silhouette, while the sash tied around the waist elongate your frame.

Monday, February 23, 2009

Jingle Bell...Sleeves 2

Polka Dot Is Back!

Friday, February 13, 2009

Happy Customer - She Loves This Fabric!

Left pic: Our flattering slim fit shirt (off the rack item)

Right pic: Easy and elegant, fashioned with a high square neckline of an eye-catching sleeveless dress. Skirt gathered into waist seam. (tailor made)

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Kimono Tees

As usual, the room was exploding with fabric; there was fabric stuffed into bags, fabric stacked in the closet and everywhere! Thus, I make use of my beautiful kimono fabrics, carefully selecting the outstanding patterns, hand-cut shapes and sew them onto tees.

PS: I use top quality tees made by companies working toward growing the eco-fiber movement.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Traditional Kimono (Top)

KI = wearing, MONO = something

Yeah, it is wearing something.

In the past, the Japanese wore Kimono as usual clothes for life. However, through the years, more and more Janpanese are adopted to the western style of clothing. Therefore, today kimono are only worn on special occasions such as weddings, group rituals, important meeting or for commemoration photos.

To prevent this beautiful and elegant costume to become extinct, I have come out with this traditional kimono top!

There are many types of kimono, each relates to the woman’s age, marital status, and to the level of formality of the occasion. The level of formality of women’s kimonos is determined by the shape (mostly the length of the sleeves), pattern, fabric, and color.

For example, young, unmarried women typically wear kimono that are colorful and rich with patterns, with extremely long sleeves that extend almost to the floor. The colorful patterns are neccessary in order to attract the eyes of men. The long flowing sleeves of the furisode are also supposed to beckon men toward them! hehe. Very interesting eh?

To know more about the other types of kimono, visit here

Monday, February 9, 2009

Kimono Neckline Blacky

This clean black dress boasts a beautiful kimono fabric V neck detail. Due to the nature of it's color, if you look carefully; at front, center down from the chest folds and pleats. It is very comfortable to wear it every other day.

Friday, February 6, 2009

New Look!

The previous blog template is looking a little tired. Therefore, I am in the midst of a revamp so please excuse the mess in my blog for the past few days.

Do let me know what you think of the revamp. Also, new design will be up soon. Stay tune...