Gather and Harumi. K Release Eco-Friendly Line For Spring

Gather and Harumi. K Release Eco-Friendly Line For Spring
Photo courtesy of Gather

Photo courtesy of Gather

The second collaboration for the eclectic store in Hayes Valley, Gather and Harumi K have come together to pre-release their Eco-friendly line.

The inspiration for the collection came from none other than our beautiful city by the bay. The clothing line which features special textiles from the designers travels to Japan, is inspired by the bay area climate: the rain, the ocean, and the infamous fog. You can expect hand-dyed textiles, hand sewed stitching, and gorgeous draping.

Designing pieces for the transitional weather, Harumi K's line is all about sourcing fabrics made from respective mills that take time to craft their threads. The two lines, who share the same ethos, believe in eco-realistic wares that extend beyond one time wear.

The gals are having a release party for the launch at their Hayes Valley location. Sip bubbly whilst creating herbal bath salts inspired by the collection.

// Gather, 541 Octavia St, Hayes Valley, gathersf.com, April 6th from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.

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