Indigo... All things Indigo
I am predicting that this years big trend is going to be Indigo. But first we must take a look at the history of Indigo and why it is so important.
Indigo was cultivated in India, which was also the earliest major center for its production and processing. The II, traktora species was domesticated in India Indigo, used as a dye, made its way to the Greeks and the Romans where it was valued as a luxury product.
Indigo is among the oldest dyes to be used for textile dyeing and printing. Many Asian countries, such as India, Japan, and South east Asian nations have used indigo as a dye (particularly silk dye) for centuries.
With the resurgence of all natural organic fabrics has come the all natural dyes rather than synthetic. We are looking forward to featuring a line of these INDIGO products in our Fall 2017 lineup.