STUDIO MAIRA JIMENA
 
 

the DYEING LAB

This is where the magic really happens. We manage to bring texture & design to the surface. 

 
 
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A Japanese resist dyeing technique that allows you to create amazing shapes and prints.

We love this technique, that is why our creative director is a member of World Shibori Network

 
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Bengala is a mud dye made of natural and sustainable material mined from soil.

Using the traditional method and modern technology, it brings us the ancient colors conveniently to a new textile dye for fabric, yarn, natural fiber and paper.

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Discover this dyeing techniques made with natural flowers from Peru.

The colors found in nature, in flowers, plants, and vegetables are so much more vibrant and beautiful than artificial colors,

 
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Rusty metal is a really interesting material to dye with. It produces a warm orange and brown color and you can make patterns with it.

Take a look how we dyed fabric with rusty sheets!

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We work with natural dyes from a variety of plants harvested by hand in the Andes & Amazon of Peru

Based on the respect for the planet, Studio Maira Jimena chooses to work only with high quality dyes that enforces environmental hygiene and well-being standards, and thus assuring a long lasting product. 

 
 

PORTFOLIO

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