HaaT : NEWS
We've put together a lineup of spring stoles in which HaaT's textiles really shine.
Above [RAMIE CASHMERE CHECK STOLE]
This check pattern stole is woven from a yarn blending ramie and cashmere. The ultrafine yarn using materials with opposing characteristics has a unique touch with a feeling of warmth and coolness at the same time.
Below [TRIPLE LAYER STOLE 14SS]
Made of silk wool and cotton woven in a delightful switching design, this three-ply stole reveals a variety of different tones depending on how it is worn.
HaaT : IMAGE
SPRING SUMMER 2014
HaaT : CONCEPT
HaaT emerged from the AUTUMN WINTER collections of 2000, and is named out of a threefold play on words with different meanings. The first is 'HaaT' which means 'village market' in Sanskrit - symbolizing a collection that includes a diverse range of techniques, textiles and aesthetics. The second is 'Heart' - referring to the traditional and established methods behind current day fashions. The third - 'Haath' is the Sanskrit word for 'hands' and conveys the subtle nuances that arise from the collaboration between design emanating from Japan, and the craftsmanship from India.
HaaT's creative director is Makiko Minagawa, who made her mark as textile director for ISSEY MIYAKE from the company's inception. Simply stated, the HaaT brand offers clothing and accessories that intimately convey the warmth of the artisan's hand with the assurance of everlasting enjoyment.