The Shibori, or the Japanese nobility

Suzusan is a Japanese company using Shibori, the "twist" in Japanese, to ennoble its fabrics. For five generations, the Murase family has used this ancient technique of hand-dyeing pieces of cashmere, alpaca or silk fabrics, patiently knotted. Today, Suzusan produces sweaters with rich colors and patterns, inspired by the past and present, thick scarves and stoles so thin that they become almost transparent. The label has made fabrics for the greatest, from Yohji Yamamoto or Dior to Calvin Klein.