German brand A Kind of Guise has designed 33 one-of-a-kind short-sleeve shirts as a part of its Indonesia-inspired Spring/Summer 2019 collection. The Munich label previously shot its SS19 lookbook in the Southeast Asian archipelago.

The ultra-limited-edition "Ikat Project" has been made with locally sourced fabrics designed in accordance with a tradition whereby bundles of yarn are tied together before dyeing, leading to abstract psychedelic patterns. Each shirt's print is unique and complemented with a spread collar, square bottom, and shiny mother of pearl buttons.

The shirts are only available in medium size and retail for €240 (approximately $270). To have a chance to buy one, you must enter a raffle on the A Kind of Guise website, ending May 12 at 6 p.m. CEST (12 p.m. EDT).

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