"Toile du Jouy" refers to distinctive printed textiles manufactured by the Oberkampf factory in Jouy-en-Josas, near Versailles, France, from 1760. The name "toile" came to refer to the style, which became popular in Britain and France in the 18th century and was usually printed on cotton or linen. Here, inspired by the toile concept, this silk kimono features a Japanese themed pastoral scene and is embellished with gold and silver beading and white ostrich feather at the collar, with in-seam pockets and an ivory silk lining.
- one size
- silk kimono
- in-seam pockets
- ivory silk lining
- gold and silver beading and white ostrich feather embroidery