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Vice Versa 2.0: Holidaze

Vice Versa is a collaborative and interactive pop up event. A joint effort by IMAJI Studio, RACCOONANDBABIES, and CRÈ to network with fellow creativepreneurs and other unique Indonesian local brands from multiple creative industries.  It is a platform for brand owners to mingle personally with their customers and other owners.
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IMAJI Studio at Brightspot 2019

IMAJI Studio exclusively launched a set of Cosmic Tee collection in collaboration with Somethings To Keep for the biggest curated local brand market, Brightspot 2019, held at District 8 Senopati.
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IMAJI Studio at Festival Indonesia Moscow

Spending summer in Moscow isn't as you expected. Let's start with the weather, it's not hot at all. It rains quite often and it was 18 degrees celsius the hottest, which is cold if translated into Indonesia's tropical weather. Nonetheless it was such an amazing experience to spend 4 days representing Indonesia in the heart of Moscow.  The event was held at Kresnaya Presna Park, a beautiful park in the heart of Moscow that attracts both the young and the elderly. As the gamelan (traditional Indonesian music instruments) echoes through the main stage, Moscowites are excited to be munching on Indonesian traditional food and browsing through our handmade fabrics.  It was an experience like no other, it's an amazing experience...
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IMAJI Studio x Hofmann Journal

Flowers are overrated don't you think? We are celebrating this Valentine month with a special collaboration with our good friends, Hofmann Journal. Gift your special ones, or YOURSELF (we are perfectly fine with self-love) with a plant that keeps growing. Short for "House of Many Plants", Hofmann Journal has been green-ing up Jakarta one plant at a time. Hofmann Journal sells and preserves tropical plants native to Indonesia for urban dwellers. In this collaboration, we design the fabric planters that are both reusable and reversible. The motifs for these planters are created using acrylic paint on water and the fabric bin itself can be reused as stationeries holder or whatever you wish for.   Meet the Plants: Silver Dust An...
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#imajinspires: Hope for Life

"Nature is not a place to visit but it's a home" Many can't grasp the concept of fighting for their homes when living their busy lives in the urban jungle. The Elephant Flying Squad from Sumatra has taken care of countless elephants and protected their habitat from deforestation and pollution. We are here to celebrate humanity evolving into something greater, love. We collaborated with Taman Hayat to create a unique installation imitating the rainforest of Sumatra, home of the elephants. 
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IMAJI Studio at Tengah

Like every fabric studio, we are excited to experiment on ways to create more diverse products without losing our brand's identity. Tengah by STBD is a co-living space in the heart of Central Jakarta that has offered us an opportunity to get our hands of home & living accessories. Through this platform we decided to take on home accessories mainly focusing on our fabric waste and new handwoven fibers from water hyacinth to banana leaves mixed with cotton. We are lucky enough to be part of the Tengah community along with three other collaborators, Hofmann Journal (Tropical Indoor Plants), Taman Hayat (Bizarre Plants), and Akayama Woodworks. We showcased how fabric and nature goes hand in hand in an urban scape....
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IMAJI Studio x Ottoman's Coffee

Ottoman's Coffee has open its doors in Cilandak Town Square, the heart of South Jakarta, with its signature candy-like interior and signature coffee. Not only are they serving a wide variety of fusion Indonesian food, but also now they serve cocktails with fresh ingredients. What greater way to celebrate Ottoman's Coffee opening its flagship café than coffee and slow fashion collaboration. IMAJI Studio x Ottoman's Coffee is the first ever coffee collaboration and our embark on experimenting with fabric art. We handmade the motif for the collaboration with Ottoman's signature colors to create into sellable merchandise that is sold in the flagship café and our webstore. On the day, alongside Jakarta's formidable fashion influencers and trendsetters, we held a simple...
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#imajinspires: Marbling

We believe in the process and we figured that we want to try something new for our exciting upcoming collaboration with Ottoman Coffee. We will be launching our collaboration pieces in mid October on the cafe's grand opening in Cilandak, Jakarta. Here, we want to take you through our process in creating the motifs for our collaboration.   Lyris and I tried our hands on the marbling technique with oil paint on paper. We had trouble the first two (or maybe 5) tries but hey it was all worth it! With handmade motifs, there can be no wrong or right answers, sometimes all you can do is try, try, and try until you are satisfied with the result.   We...
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Taman IMAJI at Brightspot

Since its humble beginnings in 2009, Brightspot has become Jakarta's very own pop culture event that stays true to its curation of local brands from fashion to F&B. This year, Brightspot is held in Pacific Place in the heart of Jakarta's commercial district and is bigger than ever.   Of course we had to bring something new to the table so we showcased our latest arrivals "Taman" or in English "Garden" at Brightspot 2018. These new arrivals consist of a reworked Banbu Kimono, Unisex Ranting Shirt, and special handmade collages top by the amazing girls of Naplab Studio. The collection itself offers fresh basic cuts that you can wear almost everyday. Boys and girls, young or old, all the pieces...
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#imajinspires: Indigo Day with BUAISOU

"From farm to closet"   BUAISOU was founded in 2012 to succeed the tradition of Japanese indigo farming and dyeing. They not only farm and grow Persicaria Tinctoria, which is the plant used to make the Japanese indigo dye, but they also have also expanded to create a fermentation facility where they host dyeing workshops in Tokushima, Japan.  Indonesia has a lot of history with indigo dyeing too but the plant we use are different from Japan's. Our plant species called Indigofera Tinctoria are native to tropical climates. This plant is also used to create the color blue in all IMAJI Studio pieces. Very different from Indonesia, Japanese indigo needs to be harvested and cared for a year-long process because of...
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