Kiriko Threads

Fashion
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Kimono fabrics and boro scarves take the place of expansive fields and distant horizons in Meredith’s latest look book for the Marrow store. We’re excited to carry Kiriko pocket squares made from deadstock kimono, kasuri scarves, and a unique boro style scarf. All items receive free shipping: click the images below to visit the corresponding item.

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By Meredith Adelaide & Kiriko

See the entire collection on the Marrow Store

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