• Ikat Indonesia 2015 lookbook campaign
  • Ikat Indonesia 2015 lookbook campaign
  • Ikat Indonesia 2015 lookbook campaign
  • Ikat Indonesia 2015 lookbook campaign

Ready to wear fashion label created by talented local designer Didiet Maulana known as IKAT Indonesia just months ago presented their latest collection and its lookbook for 2015. Presented in a very modern way, these selection of images by young photographer Raja Siregar certainly offer a huge variety of menswear and womenswear products that are inspired by traditional fabrics of ikat, a dyeing technique used to pattern textiles that employs a resist dyeing process on the warp fibers. Although it is the most characteristic of fabric from Indonesia, this material have also been woven in India, Central Asia, and East Asia, such as the Okinawa islands of Japan, the village of Tenganan in Bali, and the villages of Puttapaka and Bhoodan Pochampally in India. The original photos of this latest collection of IKAT Indonesia also being presented by famous models, Widika Sidmore and Gustavo who are part of the international model agency Wynn Models. For more information about IKAT Indonesia and how to purchase their latest collection for 2015, feel free to visit their official site here.

IKAT Indonesia is a concept that aims to bring the nation’s cultural heritage to the surface through modern fashion. Simplicity and minimalism is the style applied on the first launched collection. Having the dream to penetrate international market in the long term and introduce national culture to the nation, IKAT Indonesia commit and responsible as a part of this wondrous archipelago comprises a variety of culture, ethnicities, as well as traditional crafts. IKAT Indonesia is also a concept and a mindset. It represents the tenun ikat fabric used as the main materials and has a much deeper meaning. Ikat which is to tie, is the commitment to bring the beloved Indonesia’s cultural richness. This idealism is being translated into this fashion line, which is in line and relevant with the market. This is done as a way to make the tenun ikatfabric more widely and easily accepted by the world. The journey for tenun ikat becomes a chain of cultural heritage richness of this nation which can never be finished to be shared through a book.

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