Part of our new collection is painted with a special technique: garment-dye. This is a method that gives the garments a vintage look and a soft wearing feeling. With garment dye, the garment is first sewn together and then washed in the dye. As a result, the color is not evenly distributed over the fabric and that creates variation.
It is important to treat your garment-dyed items the same as denim. We recommend that you wash your clothes cold and let them air dry.
|Material||100% organic cotton|
BUDDHA TO BUDDHA, A WAY OF LIFE
Today Buddha to Buddha is more than just jewellery. It’s a lifestyle; embracing life and its contradictions. We challenge the fast-paced life, the never-not-working-life and the so-many-impulses-I-don’t-actually-see-anything-life.
Craftsmanship is at the core of Buddha to Buddha’s premium jewellery. From the design process to development, a team of designers, developers and silversmiths work together to create the finished piece. The chain big bracelet (size E) takes a skilled silversmith around five days to complete, including the clasp, which is made up of 28 intricate pieces. Even the leather on the designs is handwoven by talented leather workers.
Whether it’s a ring, a bracelet or a necklace, each piece is the result of a long and meticulous process involving creative minds, infinite patience and very steady hands. Watch our video here of our art in motion and read the full story here.