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Heritage. Craftsmanship. Beauty.

It is Mariko Ichikawa's mission to breathe new life into traditional Japanese kimonos, by up-cycling them into one-of-a-kind coats and jackets, exclusively for modern day wear. Born out of the spirit of “mottainai” from her Japanese heritage, which emphasizes not wasting anything and reusing everything, Mariko takes traditional Japanese kimonos, cleans and disassembles them, and then re-designs them into unique coats and robes, featuring couture hand- embroideries. By working with embroidery artisans on each kimono, a stain or hole in the fabric is not viewed as a flaw, but as an opportunity to honor the tradition of embroidery. In the end, a kimono from Mariko Ichikawa is a one-of-a-kind object, steeped in heritage and evolved from tradition, yet made for today.

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