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USAATO Clothing Exhibition & Sale
June 4, 2018 @ 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT
One event on June 5, 2018 at 1:00 pm
CRS welcomes you to the third exhibition of USAATO clothing at CRS on June 4 and 5, 2018! Designer Mr. Usaburo will attend and will personally help to select and coordinate the garments that would suit you best.
June 4 from 1 – 6 pm and June 5 from 12 – 5 pm in the White Room
USAATO shares beautiful traditional clothes made in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The clothing is designed by Japanese haute couture designer Usaburo Sato with fabrics made by the caring hands of the Thai people. The fabrics are mostly made of hand-spun cotton, silk and hemp, picked in mountains and villages, naturally dyed from plants and fruits, then made into clothes with traditional weaving machines by women in local villages of north and northeast Thailand and Laos. The attention, time and passion put into the creation of these clothes give it a sense of energy that can be felt on your body and in your soul. Soft and warm, relaxing wears suitable for both outside and home.
All fabrics are once gathered at “USAATO SIAM” in Chiang Mai and then delivered for the sewing process. USAATO clothes are sewn by individuals and groups outbound Chiang Mai, not by the company’s factory. (One part of our products is from machine-weaving.)
The products are mostly women’s clothes but men’s clothes, children’s clothes, samue (monk’s working clothes), and rakui (pajamas) are also available. Approximate prices for tops are from $70 to $180 while bottoms are from $90 to $180.
USAATO clothes are selling all over the world at pop-up exhibitions organized by USAATO partners called coordinators. USSATO NEW YORK will hold exhibitions every few months at CRS.
Wearing hemp clothing promotes personal health in a variety of ways. Hemp/ cotton blends are both more absorbent humid and more mildew resistant than 100% cotton. Fabric made using 50% or higher of hemp will block more UV rays than non-hemp fabrics. And have you ever noticed that hemp-made garments don’t create static? That is because hemp has the same net static charge as human skin, resonating perfectly with our electromagnetic fields.
We will have a music performance from 7pm in the CRS 2nd FL Studio. Performer Chakiri is a disciple of the world famous sitar player Rabbi Shankar. Chakkiri plays using numerous instruments, some of them he made himself and many collected in his global travels, that produce beautiful tones. Sakurako Kataoka will dance with his music.
Enjoy Organic clothes and soul-shaking sound!
Contact : CRS 212-677-8621 or 914-703-8018 Senko or universalcreation1000@gmai