Beautiful Ghost: An Asiatica Film
A Conversation with Wendy Doyle
To launch our holiday season we bring you a video which we made about our clothing. The idea was to convey visually — without words — the essence of our work transforming kimono into our clothing.
Tour Japan with Elizabeth
Wendy Doyle is the CEO of Women’s Foundation of Greater Kansas City, an organization that promotes equity and opportunity for women of all ages. She is an inspiring woman, both professionally and personally, and it’s an honor to have her as a friend and loyal client.
Asiatica on KCUR / Central Standard
I am frequently asked to explain not only why Asiatica has focused on Japan, but also for specific tips about traveling there.
ASIATICA — 40 Years and Counting
Central Standard is a daily radio show on KCUR (Kansas City's NPR station) that explores what really matters to the people in the Kansas City area. Central Standard tells the stories of the region from the bottom up and through the perspective of individuals. It is an inclusive forum that explores art, ideas and how the news affects lives and communities.
Hunting for Used Kimonos in Japan — published in Impressions
This story began in 1977 with an antique shop on Westport Road in Kansas City, Missouri.
Elizabeth Fulder Wilson is the owner of Asiatica, a gallery and clothing design business in Westwood, a suburb of Kansas City, Missouri (fig. 1). Since 1977, in partnership with the collector Fifi White, who retired in 2001, she has been designing and selling clothing of vintage Japanese textiles and artisanal contemporary fabrics from Japan.