Magani Tangkulo Scarf (indigenous), Forest-Opal
In the Philippines, the "tangkulo" is traditionally worn as a head piece by male leaders such as chieftains and warriors in tribal communities. The pieces start out as off-white fabric, then tied and hand-dyed, then beaded and adorned with hand-made pom-poms. Due to the precious artisan nature of the tangkulo, each one is unique and one-of-a-kind, and are limited in supply.
Supporting and celebrating indigenous tribes and their cultures is at the heart of KINdom; we are all KIN. The tangkulo is worn here as a scarf and creates awareness of these rich cultures that we must preserve.
- One size only; size varies slightly
- 100% cotton vintage flannel feel, due to hand tying and dyeing process
- Made in the Philippines by indigenous tribal artisans
- Professional wet clean (more eco-friendly), or dry-clean.