Kapital

Kapital Kachina Bandana

Price
$45.00
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The border of this bandana features rows of kachinas around a traditional bandana pattern.

A kachina is a spirit in the religious beliefs of the Pueblo peoples. They are believed to represent the presence of life in all objects that fill the universe and are often represented by masked dancers or carved dolls.

Made of

100% Cotton

Dimensions

22in x 22in

Made by

Made in Japan by Kapital

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Black

156 Main St
9 in Stock
269 Elizabeth Street
11 in Stock

Navy Blue

156 Main St
0 in Stock
269 Elizabeth Street
2 in Stock
Designed By

Kapital

Kapital, formed in 1984 in Kojima Japan, has become a cult-favorite State side, bringing their quirky east-meets-west sensibility to classic design.

They focus on traditional techniques to treat, alter and enhance their textiles, resulting in memorable high quality essentials.

Kapital designer Kiro Hirata seated on a couch with some kapital brand textiles behind and underneath him
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