By Michael Nolledo
These Kiriko Pocket Squares aren’t made from just any old fabrics; they’re made from vintage Japanese ones, which are like, at least, 10 times better. Ranging from old kimono cloth to traditional kasuri, the Portland, Oregon-based label has a good curatorial eye for textiles. Mix that in with a little American craftsmanship – the pocket squares are pressed and handsewn in OR – and you’ve got yourself a special accoutrement unlike anything else out there.
For price and purchase info, visit Kiriko.