Taryn Top with Indigenous Handwoven Yokes, Red
The Taryn bamboo jersey top with short bishop sleeves, accented with a special tribal stripe textile inserts, can be worn tied or open at the neckline. The tribal stripes were created by indigenous Ga'dang artisans from the Cordillera highlands, in the northern part of the Philippines, using ancient handwoven techniques passed down from previous generations. Traditionally used as women’s skirts (“aken”) and men’s g-strings or loin cloths ("abag"), these fabrics were generally worn during rituals and special occasions such as weddings and festivals.
Supporting, preserving, and celebrating indigenous tribes and their rich culture is at the heart of KINdom. We are all KIN.
• Split neck, bubble sleeve top with contrast indigenous tribal yokes
• Self: 95% bamboo, 5% spandex (reclaimed). Contrast: 100% cotton (indigenous textile)
• Self: Reclaimed fabric from dead stock, so no additional resources or chemicals used
• Made in the Philippines and China
• Professional wet clean (more eco-friendly), or dry-clean