Based in Portland, Oregon, Kiriko was established in firm opposition to mass consumption and fast fashion. With an emphasis on slow made, handcrafted, and timeless product, the brand had humble beginnings selling scarves and pocket squares made from Japanese fabrics.
Merging East and West culture, while mixing vintage and new, Kiriko is on a humble and honest mission to provide long-lasting, unique products to their customers. And their Denim Work Aprons do exactly that. Sewn and finished in Portland, they’re made from US-produced selvedge denim and finished with aged copper rivets and leather reinforcements.
With six pockets—including a hidden phone pocket—these are practical and utilitarian, just as they should be. They also include a subtle slit front and center for ease of movement in your studio, behind your workbench, or at the bar. With removable straps, throw it in the wash when you need to. Suffice to say, these will last a lifetime.
Available for $129 at the Heddels Shop