This gorgeous unisex Japanese Haori inspired jacket is made with beautiful, 100% cotton, ethically sourced, hand-loomed textile from a 100-year old weaving enclave in Baguio in the northern region of the Philippines. This weave pattern is attributed to a small ethnic group from the northern Cordilleras region called the Kalanguya. Read more about Kalanguya people here. The repeating motif of what looks like a jar is called linuhhung – it represents a mortar vessel, which were used by the Cordilleras people to store their harvested crops.
As always, this is a limited run item, so do not hesitate!
Each jacket is handcrafted by Master Lita and the VINTA Gallery team in our atelier in the Philippines.
Please check your sizing carefully; size chart is below. Learn how to take your measurements here.
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Price is in USD, which includes standard shipping within Canada and the US. This item ships out of Toronto. Additional shipping rates are available; expedited shipping and insurance coverage have an added fee. You will be able to choose your preferred shipping option at check out. Read our full shipping details here.
Care Instructions: Machine wash cold, gentle cycle, with like colours only. Hang to dry.