Kyoto Nishijin Textile Kawashima Textile Selcon Mademoiselle Yuria and Collaboration Obi Part 2

Kawashima Selkon Textile Co., Ltd.
Kyoto Nishijin Textile Kawashima Textile Selcon Mademoiselle Yuria and Collaboration Obi Part 2
Yulia To Kawashima Easy to use from parties to outings

Kawashima Textile Selkon Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, President: Koichi Kimura) is collaborating with Yulia To Kawashima, a kimono stylist and DJ, mademoiselle Yulia (http://yulia.tokyo/). Kawashima) will release a new belt, and will start selling at the online shop from Friday, November 25th.
Yuria loves fashion and has an outstanding sense of style, and can freely dress in both Japanese and Western styles, modes, and antiques. Yuria selected designs drawn by Kawashima Orimono in the Meiji period from among our vast archive materials with Yuria’s outstanding sense. .
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Photo: Satomi Yamauchi
The new works are the exquisite balance of Japanese and Western eclecticism of the Meiji period. Two types of “Saika Lattice Pattern” that are cool from a sense. We have completed two types of Nagoya obi with very different impressions, which are both elegant and orthodox, but also fashionable. Please enjoy the collaboration between Yuria and Kawashima Textile Selkon.
■ About the product
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From left: Shobi Karakamon (light pink), Shobi Karakamon (water), Saika Koshimon (silver juniper x black lattice), Saika Koshimon (light white brown x dark green lattice)
□ Product overview
Release date: Friday, November 25, 2022
Released product Nagoya obi 2 patterns, 2 colors each
 Price: Shobi Karakabun ¥130,000 (tax included)
Saika Koshimon ¥98,000 (tax included) Tailoring and shipping included  Sales method Online sales
Sales site (scheduled to open on November 25)
        https://www.kawashimaselkon.co.jp/event/yuliatokawashima2021/  Others    Because this is a made-to-order product, the product will be delivered two months after payment is confirmed.
(If the delivery of the product is delayed due to various
circumstances, we will contact you by email.)
Obi features
This time, we produced Nagoya Obi, which was redesigned from the design archive of Kawashima Textile Selcon with the aim of
“reproducing antiques”.
We have made it a color pattern that can be coordinated with various kimonos regardless of the season. Normally, a nagoya obi is worn for everyday wear, but this obi is made of high-quality, lustrous silk, so depending on the kimono you wear it with, you can wear it for a small party.
□About the design
Shobi Karakamon / Shobi Kara Hanamon
“Karahana Karakusa” and “Kumihimo”, which has meanings such as “tying ties”, “tying things to things”, and “tying people to people”, are intricately entwined. Based on the fuki-mon, a kimono fabric sample fabric from the Meiji period in which karakusa (*) arabesque is arranged in a sarasa pattern, we have added the modernity seen in Western decorative fabric. A pattern is also placed on the obi (fabric), and a delicate upper pattern is woven into the woven pattern that shows a complex expression.
It is an easy-to-use Nagoya obi that can be matched with various kimonos regardless of the season or age.
* Karaka does not refer to a specific flower, but refers to a flower-shaped pattern introduced from China. The motif of the sample fabric “Fukimon” is a Chinese flower created from peonies.
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Photo: Satomi Yamauchi
Saika Lattice Pattern / Saika Koushimon
It is a stylish goya obi with flower circles and phoenix lozenges arranged on the okina lattice with thin lattices between thick lattices.
Inspired by the “Okina Lattice Flying Dragon” obi fabric sample fabric from the Meiji period, the Okina Lattice, which tends to be casual, has been made into a slightly pretentious outing specification. The softly woven upper pattern stands out on the Okina lattice, and is produced to show an expression like Karaori.
It is said that the thick lines of Okina lattice represent the old man, and the thin lines represent grandchildren. Since the old man has many grandchildren, it is said to be a congratulatory pattern that represents the prosperity of his descendants. It is a belt that you can use.
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Photo: Satomi Yamauchi
■MADEMOISELLE YULIA
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Photo: Satomi Yamauchi
DJ/kimono stylist Invited as a DJ to events around the world. As a fashion icon, she also participates in fashion weeks in various countries. In 2020, he graduated from Kyoto University of the Arts, Department of Japanese Traditional Culture. She started styling kimono based on the knowledge she learned from university and from her mother and grandmother who are kimono dressers, as well as the experience and sensibilities she has cultivated in the world of fashion and music. I was in charge of the key visual styling for Kimono Kyoto to Catwalk. His hobby is watching Kabuki theater.
Official website: http://yulia.tokyo/
Instagram: http://instagram.com/MADEMOISELLE_YULIA
■Kawashima Textile Selkon
A textile manufacturer in Kyoto founded in 1843. The company started out as a kimono manufacturer, and then expanded into the interior decoration textile industry during the Meiji period. Over time, the company owns all of the weaving processes, which were usually carried out by division of labor, and currently handles everything from traditional textiles such as obis, drop curtains, and festival curtains to curtains, carpets, and interior accessories. . Combining traditional and cutting-edge technology, he continues to create Japanese textile culture through the “succession and evolution” of textile technology.
Official website https://www.kawashimaselkon.co.jp/
Details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000017.000042495.html


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