The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Jacket French (Breton peoples) Medium: wool, wool thread, metal thread, glass beads Dimensions: Length: 18 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, 1906 (through Sir Purdon Clark)
Shibori Juban: hand spun cotton and botanical indigo. A juban is a garment worn under a kimono; in the past they were often piece-constructed from "flashy" or contrasting textiles, many of which were recycled.
Ombre Patched Gold Stamp Vest - Bright by Mieko Mintz (Cotton Kantha Vest
Treasure Hunting Jacket))) Gosh, how I love this wonderfully eccentric piece of art in a jacket! What an amazing idea, to create a tresure hunt on a tweed jac.This is something I could spend hours exploring!