Inspired by the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi, SabiSuki will bring you beautiful art-to-wear.
I would just like to thank you for your lovely blog full of excellent information and above all personal touch – you make me want to meet you so that we can discuss our passion, although be it that I am a newby to kimono’s – thanks to the internet.
In a former life I used to be a textile designer and have never stopped loving textiles. I am retired and have found the time to scour the internet and slowly acquire more kimono’s – I am addicted!
I fell in love with the sheer beauty of kimono’s and now, not even a year later I own near a 100. I live in France and such a pity that the custom charges are high, otherwise I would probably own even more.
I wish I had found your blog before I started but on the other hand feel very inspired and knowledgable through the information I have been able to find on the internet. My own first ‘kimono textile’ design was made back in 1982 and I had no idea how to design it – no books or other useful information was available at the time.
There is so much I want to know : patterns, colours, styles, textiles, printing, weaving, dying, embellishments and so much more.
Thank you for showing your collection – I am even more inspired.
Hi! Thanks for your blog! I am from Europe and I kindly request if you could help me dating a kimono I received . Could I send you some pictures ?
The best way to do this is for you to post some images online at an image sharing site such as Instagram, Flickr or Imgur and then share a link.
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