patterned merino wool

All patterns are our own designs, created by the brand’s co-founder, a painter and illustrator, Katarzyna Lamik. They are inspired by Japan, the country’s nature and the artist’s experience.

japanesse patterns

The pattern we called Tengoku - which is the Japanese counterpart of Eden - is a reference to paradise gardens. The inspiration was an apple tree orchard which belonged to the brand owners’ grandmother.

patterned merino wool

Ringo, or “apple tree” in Japanese, symbolises harmony and bonds, and is a subtle innuendo to the idea of a genealogical tree.

patterned merino wool

Pinkumo, or “pink cloud” in Japanese, is a pattern inspired by a view from a plane window: geometric network of fields subtly shrouded in fluffy clouds.


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