Kibiso is a Japanese word referring to a type of silk waste.
Panel discussion presenting three Scraps designers’ approaches to the shockingly high human and environmental costs of textile and apparel production.
Designed by Reiko Sudo, one of Japan's most important contemporary textile designers.
Mica was designed by Reiko Sudo, one of Japan’s most important contemporary textile designers. Educated at Musashino Art University, she and Junichi Arai were the co-founders in 1984 of the Japanese company and store, NUNO, which produces textiles of extraordinary ingenuity and beauty. Sudo and the other designers at NUNO combine tradition and advanced technologies...
Reiko Sudo, co-founder of Nuno textile company, discusses the development and fabrication of the origami scarf.