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​Silky, dreamy & unpretentious, Origin of Hearts unveils a new conscious kimono collection

From batik fabrics to incomparable prints, our favourite kimonos return

  • Olivia Wycech
  • 17 February 2021

Not just for festivals anymore (because there are no festivals), kimonos are making their way into our everyday lives. Whether you’re travelling, working from home, lounging around or simply looking to elevate your grocery-store-run outfit, kimonos are our favourite go-to (if you asked us at this time last year, we might have said they were an afterparty staple). If you’re inspired by this vibe, then you’re certainly heard of Origin of Hearts. And if you follow them on Instagram, you might have seen them teasing and dropping hints alluding to a long-awaited new collection — and last Friday it finally arrived.

In all its kimono splendour, OOH. Collection Satori lands with the same high-end silk fabrics that we’ve grown to love so much but in a new range of prints. In keeping with the brand’s well-established traditions, the collection retains its superconscious resort aesthetic which 100% of its pieces made ethically and slowly in Indonesia.

As far as prints go, we’re coveting the AIMAI, which is black and white and comes in either a blue or gold accents, but you can also look out for the SHIBUI, which borrows from the romance of deep ocean blues and the gentleness of airy batik fabrics. Or the PARADISO, which carries a name with an obvious node to heavenly experience, which is exactly what wearing an OOH. kimono is like.

The Bali-based brand also introduces a new style to its roster: the OOH. shirt — a button-up with v-neck details that are inspired by a classic Havaiana cut and made of limited-edition batik cotton, which promises durability, breathability and versatility.

Both styles are predominantly composed of beige and blue tones that OOH. says are meant to gently remind us that being one with nature — be it on land or water — is at the core of our human existence and finding balance is of utmost importance.

A regular look for DJs in the music industry, OOH. has been spotted on Carl Craig, Luca Saporito, Audiofly, Parallells and more.

Flip through the new collection above and shop the collection here.

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