Panni Marosi's paintings captivated me at first glance. The colors he used inspired me, they have an authentic atmosphere, they exude beautiful minds and calmness. I wanted to use his patterns on kimonos, and after we met, collaboration was out of the question, we both threw ourselves into it. Almost for the first time, I came up with the patterns and imagined them on the kimonos.
This is how the three kimonos were born: Plant Leopard, Agave and Cactus Glasshouse.
This is Plant Leopard, my personal favorite, because this pattern is actually a montage of my favorite Marosi Panni paintings.
Plants, panthers, oriental motifs and patterns. A lovely home is a mixture of relaxation and the atmosphere of travel.
The collection is completed by scarves that can be tied in your hair, worn as a scarf or even used as a belt.
The patterns are reproduced on the kimonos with the permission of painter Panni Marosi. By buying the kimono, you also support Panni:)
The material of the kimonos is 85% viscose and 15% polyester.