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POLS


POLS is a modern textile brand that came into creation in 2015 with a collaboration between textile designer Kanako Kajiwara, and the well-established dyeing and textile maker Maruman, which was founded in 1901. Maruman specialises in dyeing techniques in which the yarn is dyed before being woven, instead of afterwards.
With a wealth of experience and rich knowledge from their parent company’s century of working with textiles, POLS now want to embark on a new adventure. They aim to create new artistic works while communicating the beauty of accessible, modern textiles. 

ENJOY TEXTILE

POLS wants to express the presence of the historic Banshu weaving into intricate three-dimensional textile. The jacquard weaving made from yarn-dyed in advance results in a vivid colored woven fabric that is both delicate and tough, traditional and modern. A jacquard weaving that only POLS can make. They want to show us a new world of textiles that makes us simply happy to wear them.

SS22 COLLECTION

Online pre-order sales event MONO MONTHLY will start from 6 December until 21 December.

AW21 COLLECTION

 

SS21 COLLECTION

The concept of the SS21 Wear Collection is the "Y-shaped road" that is often found in Nishiwaki City, Hyogo Prefecture, where Maruman, the yarn-dyed fabric manufacturer is located.
It is a town that still retains its mysterious charm. With three themes of --Sanchi --/ --Dango --/ --Tsuki --, you can pre-order and purchase these bright and colorful and contemporary spring and summer women’s collections with original designs in jacquard textiles.

 At MONO SHOP, we also offer authentic products that are featured during MONO MONTHLY online pre-order event. The items are selected carefully and we only have very limited number of these items available. Please note that there is no restock of products featured at MONO MONTHLY event.

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