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The art of Batik & Shibori through apparel and accessories

Express yourself in the art you wear

Vibrant prints, and colors

Scarves / Headwraps

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    Spotted Olive Scarf
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    WhiteOut Scarf
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  • Fuchsia 'n Wine Scarf
    Fuchsia 'n Wine Scarf
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    Burnt Orange Scarf
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Must Haves

  • Shibori Burgundy Crossbody Sling Bag
    Shibori Burgundy Crossbody Sling Bag
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  • Honey Yellow Cropped Windbreaker
    Honey Yellow Cropped Windbreaker
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  • Shibori Burgundy Bomber Jacket
    Shibori Burgundy Bomber Jacket
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  • Neon Green and Black Cropped Hoodie
    Neon Green and Black Cropped Hoodie
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What is Batik?

Batik tools include wax, powdered dye and a pair of tjanting

Tools of the trade

Batik is both an art and a craft. The art of decorating cloth in this way, using wax and dye, has been practiced for centuries. In Java, Indonesia, batik is part of an ancient tradition, and some of the finest batik cloth in the world is still made there. The word batik originates from the Javanese tik and means to dot.

batiking. applying melted wax to linen fabric

Creating the design

To make a batik, selected areas of the cloth are blocked out by brushing or drawing hot wax over them, and the cloth is then dyed. The parts covered in wax resist the dye and remain the original color. This process of waxing and dyeing can be repeated to create more elaborate and colorful designs. After the final dyeing the wax is removed and the cloth is ready.

Batik dyes sneakers

Layered design

Contemporary batik, while owing much to the past, is markedly different from the more traditional and formal styles. 


Batik is historically the most expressive and subtle of the resist methods. The ever widening range of techniques available offers the artist the opportunity to explore a unique process in a flexible and exciting way.