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Dye for two tones: The story of sustainable mud-coated silk
|Title:||Dye for two tones: The story of sustainable mud-coated silk|
|Keywords:||mud silk, black silk, gambiered silk, Jia¯o-chou, Xiangyun-sa|
|Issue Date:||17 Jul 2012|
|Series/Report no.:||Fashion practice, 4(1), 95-112|
|Related To:||DOI: 10.2752/175693812X13239580431388|
|Abstract:||Jia¯o-chou and Xiang-yun-sha¯ are two types
of Chinese silks that use eco-friendly vegetable dyeing and iron-rich mudcoated
techniques to create a unique texture and two-tone color—shiny
black on one side and reddish brown on the other. Mud-coated silks,
which have been around since the fifth century, are making a comeback
in the fashion world as high-end, luxury textiles.
|Rights:||CC0 1.0 Universal|
|Appears in Collections:||CTAHR Faculty & Researcher Works|
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