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INTRODUCINGMame Huku

Mame Huku was founded in 2014 by artist and designer Ann Edwards, who has collected vintage Japanese textiles for many years. Ann wanted to share the beauty of these fabrics with a wider audience, so every year she edits a collection of what she considers to be the best and most wearable examples of vintage kimono and textiles. We are lucky to be the recipient of this year’s collection of stunning kimono, bags, fans and bespoke accessories. The collection includes short kimonos, or Haoris, as well as ceremonial full length kimonos. The handmade bags have been ethically and sustainably produced by master craftsmen using exquisite vintage Japanese silks and mid-century upcycled jewels. Precious mid-century brocades have been paired with contemporary artisan jewels to create one-of-a-kind accessories. Every item in this special collection is indeed a wearable work of art.

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Hockney-Inspired Collection

Since its premiere in 1975, John Cox and David Hockney’s collaborative production has become what many have called ‘the definitive Rake’s Progress’, seen and enjoyed around the world in many incarnations. In anticipation of its return home for Festival 2020, Glyndebourne commissioned a collection of products featuring the designs.

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