Linen print evoking the ancestral technique of tie-dye. Practised in many parts of the world, this technique first appeared in Indonesia in the 8th century. It is a dyeing technique in which the fabric is bound using rope and wood to preserve areas that will remain white after immersion in the dye bath. The pattern created with this method consists of patches of colour of different shades depending on the immersion time.
The Pierre Frey studio creates each fabric in the spirit of a global composition made up of several colour harmonies.Discover more
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