CINTA SARONG RED LIBERTY (113x160)
Our sarong is much more than a simple accessory, it's a truly wearable work of art that transports you to a mystical elsewhere.
Originally hand-drawn with Japanese pencils, Cinta tells tales of the unconditional love between a mother and daughter, and the relationships between women in a Balinese village. During a ceremony dedicated to the gods, five women take care of each other, adorned with colorful sarongs and white, yellow, blue and red flowers in their hair. These flowers are the ones found in Canang Sari, the Balinese offerings. This print transports you into their daily lives of peace, color and kindness.
A note from the artist
Through this drawing, I wanted to celebrate the unconditional love that unites a mother and her daughter, as well as the solidarity and tenderness that prevail in relationships between Balinese women. The bright colors and floral motifs represent the beauty and richness of their culture, while the flowers in their hair symbolize sacred offerings, marks of respect to the gods.
By wrapping this sarong around you, I invite you to soak up the peace and benevolence emanating from this design. Let yourself be transported into the world of these Indonesian women, let the bright colors and delicate flowers envelop you in an aura of positivity and love.
100% Oeko-Tex Certified rayon
(made and woven in Indonesia from wood fibres)
Water repellent, absorbing water when bathing.
Product sewn in Bali by our artisans.
Rayon is a strong, extremely absorbent fabric with a soft silky feel.
Wash: By hand and cold machine wash.
Iron: Low heat.
Important note: Do not put rayon garments in the dryer as it could damage the fabric.