A mix of graffiti art and New York fashion bling, built upon a traditional New Zealand textile.
The foundation is made from fine, silky muka (flax fibre) extracted from the NZ flax bush (Phormium Tenax) known as harakeke, using the traditional method of scraping the blade with a mussell shell. The fibre is then rolled on the leg, a process called miro, to create the warp and weft elements.
NEW YORK BLING
Materials: Muka Fibre, Feather, Steel Mesh
Acrylic and Swarovski Crystal