Women's batik robe, 'Midnight in Blue'
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A midnight breeze blows through the folds of this stunning batik robe, carrying with it the stellar wonders of the night. Desak Nyoman Parwati blends tradition with modern day allure in the creation of her fashionable batik robes. Remasol colors create imaginative motifs embellishing the 100% rayon attire and Parwati uses a double stamping process to ensure the colors will not fade. Ideal for leisure wear on a hot summer day.
For best results, wash by hand in cool water, or machine wash with delicate cycle and cold water. Avoid drying in direct sunlight. Made in Indonesia.
- Do not use a dryer
- Hand wash or machine wash on gentle cycle
- Use mild detergent only
- Comfortably fits women's size M - XL
22.4" W x 50.4" L x 27.6" Sleeve (center neck to cuff)
78.7" L x 1.6" W
- Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.
Ships directly from our partner office in Indonesia. Please allow 1.5 to 3 weeks for delivery. This item is not available for express shipping, and cannot be delivered to PO Boxes.
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January 9, 2014 - Given as a gift. Beautiful, just like as pictured, came in a lovely string bag and was shipped fairly quickly. Very happy with the purchase, may get myself one!
Artisan: Desak Nyoman Parwati
"My name is Desak Nyoman Parwati and I was born in Bali. I learned how to make batik from Desak Putu Nithi, in 1989. When I worked with her, she taught me many things about textiles and hand-painting batik. The thing I like about her is her dedication to her work and her concern for the people working with her. On March 5, 2000, I started my own art workshop.
"I create various kind of dresses from hand-painting batik textiles. I get the inspiration from the fashion magazines. I take some designs I like from magazines and adapt them to the Indonesian culture. I work with rayon, cotton, linen, and crinkle cloth to make the dresses. For the coloring I use sulfur and remasol color.
"I have built my career step by step. I started by asking my neighbors to come to my place to look at my collection and place orders if they like it. Now, there's so much to do I need the help of several assistants!"
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