Yudha Perdana

Yudha Perdana

Bandung / because i got two hands and an unlimited capacity of brain, that's why i do crafting
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Craft, Tambour, Fabric Manipulation, Fiber Art, Beaded Embroidery, Pajamas, Embellishments, Details, Ribbon Embroidery, Embroidery, Colors, Tapes, Crafts, Beads, Texture

Done and dusted!! Now who can guess who will be wearing this hand knotted piece OR who can you imagine wearing it?? ✨⭐️✨ GUESS AWAY… #denissemvera #macramé #custommade #handmade

Done and dusted! Now who can guess who will be wearing this hand knotted piece OR who can you imagine wearing it?

Kemben / breastwrap in very typical 'Matheron' or 'Materos' style. A red, black, blue, sogan on ivory background that quite much adopted Dutch taste. Hand draw batik from Banyumas

Kemben / breastwrap in very typical 'Matheron' or 'Materos' style. A red, black, blue, sogan on ivory background that quite much adopted Dutch taste. Hand draw batik from Banyumas

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Frocks of Ages Vogue Nippon, 2003 (reprint from Vogue US, October Photographer: Irving Penn Model: Elise Crombez Christian Lacroix, Fall 2003 Couture

kiki xue, the peking opera, ltvs, lancia trendvisions

global-fashions: “ Wangy Xin Yu & The Peking Opera - Harper’s Bazaar China May 2016 photos Kiki Xue ”

Hinggi or men's wrap from Sumba in "mahang" pattern, a depiction of a climbing lion protecting the crown which clearly inspired by Dutch coat of arms. The use of Dutch traditional design on sumba textile signaling that the textile was meant to be worn by a highest class of nobleman or "maramba". Done in very neat and dense weaving with 4 color including red, blue and black made out of natural dyes. Original pattern was derived from Rende, but this textile made in Mauliru - Sumba.

Hinggi or men's wrap from Sumba in "mahang" pattern, a depiction of a climbing lion protecting the crown which clearly inspired by Dutch coat of arms. The use of Dutch traditional design on sumba textile signaling that the textile was meant to be worn by a highest class of nobleman or "maramba". Done in very neat and dense weaving with 4 color including red, blue and black made out of natural dyes. Original pattern was derived from Rende, but this textile made in Mauliru - Sumba.