Setsuko Hair Pin Kiku Collection
The Kiku Collection
Kiku, or chrysanthemum, is the Japanese national flower and symbol of fall. Each piece of the collection is handmade and handsewn in Japan from a single upcycled silk kimono. The silk is luxurious and gentle to the hair. Most pieces are finished with a mizuhiki knot - a symbol of affection or togetherness. Beautiful and comfortable, they can be worn for any occasion and make the perfect sustainable gift.
Silk kimono fabric hair pin handmade in Japan from upcycled kimono. Each hair pin is unique and features woven chrysanthemum and Buddhist patterns, braided and embellished with glass beads. Luxurious and gentle for your hair, it will give you an opportunity to wear a piece of a real kimono. Beautiful and comfortable, it can be worn for any occasion and it makes the perfect sustainable gift.
Mizuhiki, a word closely associated with the Japanese word musubi (knot) are twines of rice paper tied in knots to decorate gifts. Its cultural significance lies in it being a beautiful finishing touch on presents, and as a symbol of affection or togetherness.
Materials: kimono silk – be advised it can not be washed (color might fade and it might shrink), metal pin, thread, glass beads and fabric glue. Color is pink and navy blue, golden pin.
Size: 7.5 cm (3')
Setsuko Hair Pin Kiku Collection
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What makes Japanese hair products different from Korean hair products?
Korean products focus on answering immediate hair concerns and offer wow effects, whereas the Japanese philosophy is based on prevention and sustained results. Korean beauty follows the hottest trends of the moment, while Japanese beauty has its roots in long-lasting and proven rituals and traditions. Korean beauty embraces a faster pace, while Japanese beauty focuses on a slower-paced way of life, believing that breathing, contemplating, and mindfulness should be embraced.