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When we first discovered Kiriko two years ago, it was a small brand producing batches of handmade soft accessories. Earlier this year, we saw Kiriko expand to selvedge denim — and recently, the label has grown even more. It now boasts traditional Japanese attire in its added product lineup alongside a whole new webstore section called Kuma, curated lifestyle goods sourced from third parties.

In the new garments category are button-downs, kimonos, kendo gear and even vintage US Army jackets, all featuring Kiriko’s signature traditional Japanese fabric. A diverse range of headwear, from caps and knit beanies to summer fedoras, complement one-of-a-kind sashiko pouches. We love all of it. See Kiriko Made’s full product offering here.

Words by Elaine YJ Lee