Matohu designers Hiroyuki Horihata and Makiko Sekiguchi stayed true to their mission to provide fresh and innovative takes on kimonos and traditional Japanese apparel. Inspired by a trip to a Kyoto antique fair and their discovery of an old iron tool repurposed as a wall decoration, they set out to use unusual fabrics like a rubberized material adept for a tablecloth and a loose knit resembling a fishing net. They provided texture to a collection full of soft grays with accents of soft yellow, mint green and eggshell blue. Cocoon-like head gear complete the look.

Matohu designers Hiroyuki Horihata and Makiko Sekiguchi stayed true to their mission to provide fresh and innovative takes on kimonos and traditional Japaneseapparel. Inspired by a trip to a Kyoto antique fair and their discovery of an old iron tool repurposed as a wall decoration, they set out to use unusual fabrics like a rubberized material adept for a tablecloth and a loose knit resembling a fishing net. They provided texture to a collection full of soft grays with accents of soft yellow, mint green and eggshell blue. Cocoon-like head gear complete the look.

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