Jakarta Fashion Week 2012 - Yasra

Jakarta Fashion Week 2012 - Yasra

Kebaya dan batik

Kebaya dan batik

Ikat from Sumba, Sumba, Indonesia.  - "Average blue Sumba with a strong pattern, and decent weaving. This type of hinggi is typical of the kind worn by commoners, other colours being forbidden to them."

Ikat from Sumba, Sumba, Indonesia. - "Average blue Sumba with a strong pattern, and decent weaving. This type of hinggi is typical of the kind worn by commoners, other colours being forbidden to them."

Roemah Djahit by Weinalea Dirgandini for majalah KARTINI

Roemah Djahit by Weinalea Dirgandini for majalah KARTINI

Wedding kebaya from Prestige by Inar

Wedding kebaya from Prestige by Inar

Timor Indigo Ikat. Indonesia

Timor Indigo Ikat. Indonesia

Ikat from East Sumba, IndonesiaHinggi kawuru (pahudur). 'Blue Sumba' (handspun). Named not after largest motif, but after most important: andung (skull tree). Large naga (dragons), ayam (cocks), buaya (crocodiles). Pagi-sore: top and bottom different.

Ikat from East Sumba, IndonesiaHinggi kawuru (pahudur). 'Blue Sumba' (handspun). Named not after largest motif, but after most important: andung (skull tree). Large naga (dragons), ayam (cocks), buaya (crocodiles). Pagi-sore: top and bottom different.

Ready to sell: a gallery in Waingapu, Sumba, selling handmade ikat. The word ikat means to bind. It is also known as the tie and dye process used by weavers in Indonesia, and Sumba is famous for producing some of the most beautiful examples using traditional methods. (Photo by Electra Gillies)

Ready to sell: a gallery in Waingapu, Sumba, selling handmade ikat. The word ikat means to bind. It is also known as the tie and dye process used by weavers in Indonesia, and Sumba is famous for producing some of the most beautiful examples using traditional methods. (Photo by Electra Gillies)

Indonesia, sawu (Seba) Island village, display of traditional ikat weavings, local girl

Indonesia, sawu (Seba) Island village, display of traditional ikat weavings, local girl

Double ikat weaving of Tenganan village, Bali - Patterns are tied into the warp (vertical) or the weft (horizontal) threads, but not both. The Tenganan designs are tied and dyed into both warp and weft threads before the two types are interwoven for a final pattern, the precision techniques closely guarded secrets by Tenganan families. The textiles are considered to have protective magical powers and are also used to send off the deceased in religious rituals such as cremations

Double ikat weaving of Tenganan village, Bali - Patterns are tied into the warp (vertical) or the weft (horizontal) threads, but not both. The Tenganan designs are tied and dyed into both warp and weft threads before the two types are interwoven for a final pattern, the precision techniques closely guarded secrets by Tenganan families. The textiles are considered to have protective magical powers and are also used to send off the deceased in religious rituals such as cremations

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