Indigo Forever

What is Indigo?

Derived from the indigo plant - deciduous subshrub of southeastern Asia having pinnate leaves and clusters of red or purple flowers; a source of indigo dye.

A vat of indigo dye. Indigo is among the oldest dyes to be used for textile dyeing and printing. 

A vat of indigo dye. Indigo is among the oldest dyes to be used for textile dyeing and printing. 

Vintage Indigo Striped Cotton

Vintage Indigo Striped Cotton

Why We Use Indigo

Our love for the use of traditional Japanese indigo-dyed fabrics in our clothing line stems from the deep history of Japanese techniques for creating an extreme variety of pattern— from Shibori to Ikat to Stencil-printed patterns. We continue to treasure every piece and have utilized the textiles down to the scraps from each precious kimono for as long as we can remember. We also use contemporary luxury indigo fabrics, whether they have textural interest or are solid. 

Mizu Top in Indigo Tie-dyed Cotton

Mizu Top in Indigo Tie-dyed Cotton

Wedge Dress in Blue Italian Linen

Wedge Dress in Blue Italian Linen

Fall Jacket in Striped Indigo Cotton (SOLD)

Fall Jacket in Striped Indigo Cotton (SOLD)


Indigo Pillow Collection

the Coveted Home Pop-Up Saturday July 15, 2017

Please join us as we will be introducing our new Indigo Pillow Collection for Coveted Home, as well as our Indigo capsule clothing line at the Coveted Home Shop on the Country Club Plaza this Saturday, July 15. If you can't attend, be sure to stop in over the next few weeks before the collection is gone.

We hope you will join us from noon to 7pm this Saturday.  | 610 W. 48th Street, Kansas City, MO 64112