• “Bluesville
  • “Bluesville
  • “Bluesville
  • “Bluesville
  • “Bluesville
  • “Bluesville

After previously presented their very first trunk show at Common House, Panglima Polim Jakarta, one of the brightest menswear label from Jakarta, Bluesville finally releases the entire photographs of their spring and summer 2015 collection lookbook. Shot by talented photographer based in Jakarta, Hilarius Jason, each of the photo simply show a differentiation between their natural dye, handwritten batik, and hand-woven fabrics products. Moreover, the idea for their latest collection, the spring and summer 2015, is based on the brand history, the color blue itself, especially shades of blue made from natural indigo, the brand main inspiration from the very start. The collection will consist of mainly shirts with different shades of blue applied in different styles and different patterns. Bluesville tried to combine the use of different kind of method to achieve this various shades of blue, from hand dyeing the fabric in their own workshop to sourcing high quality fabrics from different credible sources. For those of you who are willing to make a purchase, the new collection will be available shortly at these particular places, such as The Goods Dept, otoko, ORBIS Store Jakarta, STOW, and their own webstore.

There was time where people have to travel across the globe to get a certain color. There was time when color is symbol of pride and status. All civilization has find its way in producing the perfect color. In many culture, natural dye is so sacred that it is irreplaceable with any other dye. Bluesville continues the tradition of respecting color by extracting it directly from nature. Creating a unique character of color that cannot be replicated by man made dye. Process that takes more time and efforts to do. Process that takes passion and understanding of harmony between natural factors. They make natural dye accessible to everybody by making it in more suitable and practical form for everyday wear. With inspiration from the world heritage of fine quality clothing, they use every aspect of their own native tradition. From batik to traditional hand woven fabric, they continue working with their best craftsmen from many central creative and traditional textile artisans in many places of Indonesia.

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