The word ‘ikat’ comes from the Malaysian word ‘mengikat,’ or ‘to tie,’ because the loose threads are tied into bundles using ropes to specify where the dye is able to sink in and colour the thread. We reinvented the ideas from the classic design into new modern style that can cater young generation and keep the art of weaving legacy in fashion industry. Eager to promote the local artisan by well-designed fashion items. Hand made production in Bali , Indonesia and also Gujarat, India with modern design by our designer.
Size & Fit:
- This T-shirt has a slim cut, but is designed to be not too fitted.
- Model wears a XL size
- Model measure : Height : 187cm
Details & Care
- Button Down Collar
- No Pocket
- Cotton 40'S
- 3.5mm Washed Kapten Batik Button
- Hand Wash Separately In Cold Water With Mild/Liquid Detergent Recommended. Do Not Bleach. Iron In Reverse.