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Plant-Based-Down 2030 :Gathering "Flare"

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The near future wrapped in air ~Flare~

KAPOK KNOT's collection series "Plant-Based Down 2030: Gathering" considers the next standard down in 2030. Will down coats made of 100% plant-based material, from the outer material to the filling and sewing threads, become the standard in the world in 2030? Based on this idea, we designed the coat by combining cutting-edge technology.

Flare, as its name suggests, features a unique flare design on the hem and sleeves.

An exquisite piece that combines the perfect balance of gathers and flare, while also making the most of skirts and pants with its exquisite length. Great for wearing on special occasions.

1st model height: 178cm

Model height from 2nd photo: 162cm

  • アニマルフリー(文字入り
  • ダウンの暖かさ(文字入り)
  • 吸湿発熱(文字入り)
  • 植物性由来

Combining technology and design

A fusion of Japan's unique synthetic fiber technology and plant-based fibers that gives a sense of luxury despite its fine count.

Flare, as its name suggests, features a unique flare at the hem and sleeves.

An exquisite piece that combines gathers and flare with an exquisite balance.

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Because it is covered with air, it only takes 5mm to provide the warmth of down.

The secret to its lightness is the special nut ``Kapok''

Kapok cotton is a special material that is 1/8th the weight of cotton and does not require the use of animal fur or feathers or cutting down trees.

Lightweight but provides the same warmth as down

Kapok has a special structure that allows it to absorb moisture and release heat, a function called ``hygroscopic heat generation.'' Its function is comparable to that of down, so it is also called down that grows on trees.

Achieving exquisite balance using carefully selected Japanese threads

Japanese special thread. Adopts a special technology called split yarn, which consists of one nylon and four polyester fibers. The unique bulge created by combining nylon or polyester alone cannot be achieved. Japan's ability to make good use of the differences in shrinkage between different materials is a thread technique that we would like to pass on to future generations.

Sustainable “ethical down kapok” made possible with the latest processing technology

Since kapok is a fruit of a tree, there is no need to cut down trees or obtain animal feathers.
However, commercialization has been difficult until now because the fibers are extremely short and difficult to make into thread. We use sheets that have been jointly developed with major companies over many years.

Would you like to travel with us on “FARM TO FASHION”?

You can see people working in kapok farms, processing factories, and garment factories.
Experience how kapok knot clothes are made.