Tracing Blouse, Madder

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Tracing Blouse, Madder

175.00

This one of a kind blouse is hand dyed with Madder root. It has soft chevrons in the dye pattern, and contrast silk trim inside the neckline, and sleeves.  Features a U neckline, inverted V in the back panel, and an A line shape.  A new version of your basic short sleeve blouse, it goes well with cropped trousers, or tucked into fitted jeans.

Fit: A line, slightly loose

Fabric: 100% hand dyed silk twill

Measures:  38" bust circumference, 24” length in front, 42" hip circumference.

Care:  Dry clean, or hand wash, cool water, and line dry.  Hot iron

note:  image with blouse on dress form is the Goldenrod colorway found here

 

 

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This garment is part of a collaboration with textile artist Graham Keegan.  A skilled natural dyer, Graham works out of his studio space in Echo Park.  Each dye batch is small, and done by hand for quality, and consistency.  He uses a variety of natural dyes, and this collaboration shows off his work with Madder root dye.  The mottled appearance of these pieces is a characteristic of hand dyed items.  All of the pieces in this collaboration are limited edition, or one of a kind.  Jill and Graham select fabric together for quality, luster, and hand.  Pattern and layout of the clothes has been carefully engineered.  Certain of the pieces have been dyed with a folding process that requires precision, and can take over an hour for a 2 yard piece of fabric.  Jill designs the garments, and cuts each one individually.  The result is a one of kind dress or top.   

See what fashion blog RackedLA has to say about our collaboration and the process of creating these pieces! Article here