S/S Kimono in Black/Camel
S/S Kimono in Black/Camel
S/S Kimono in Black/Camel
S/S Kimono in Black/Camel
S/S Kimono in Black/Camel
S/S Kimono in Black/Camel
S/S Kimono in Black/Camel
S/S Kimono in Black/Camel
S/S Kimono in Black/Camel
S/S Kimono in Black/Camel
S/S Kimono in Black/Camel
S/S Kimono in Black/Camel
S/S Kimono in Black/Camel
S/S Kimono in Black/Camel

Song For The Mute

S/S Kimono in Black/Camel

$1,728.00 CAD

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Song For The Mute S/S Kimono in Black/Camel


A standout example of design ingenuity that melds an iconic Japanese silhouette with materials and palettes inspired by the Tunisian Sahel. The garment’s faded black exterior with contrast camel lining features three patch pockets at the front and two spacious inner pockets that provide additional storage. A contrast strip of textured velour appears at the collar, reinforcing a material highlight found throughout the collection.


  • Adjustable waist straps with raw edges
  • FW20 stitched fabric label
  • Main: 60% Cupro, 40% cotton
  • Made in Australia

  • Zenon is 6'3 (190cm) weighs 150lbs (68kg) and is wearing a size 46.

    Song for the Mute

    Coming from Australia, the duo of Melvin Tanaya and Lyna Ty make up Song for the Mute. For this collection the two designers applly a textile-centric approach to story driven collections. Many pieces feature un hemmed and raw edges. Imperfection is a deliberate aesthetic approach to each piece of clothing. Some Pieces feature pictures with tones of browns and light greys sewn on blazers and straight leg trousers. The label is becoming versed in selecting elegantly executed basics.

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