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Taos Inspires Me with Ikebana Fashion

Updated: Apr 13, 2018

The clothing that Taos is currently making is on another level.  I'm loving the juxtaposition of the vintage camo button-up with the fabric sewed across the chest and yoke. These pieces are beautiful through and through, even if they had nothing to do with my favorite team. But the fact that I can wear this to a game makes me want to get court-side seats.



Taos was inspired by ikebana flower arrangements.  This Japanese art often takes three things, like a branch, a vase, and a flower, and arranges them just right, the effect of which is so much more powerful than a conventional bouquet.


Taos takes a vintage piece of clothing, some fabric, and a patch, and it's so much more powerful than any corporate sports clothing.


We call this Ikebana Fashion.  Can this please become a thing?


I love this concept!!!


These pieces stop people on the street at a rate I have never seen.  If you wear a Taos piece, get ready to be a celebrity for a day. It's unreal.


On the Bart Bridge Marketplace, the Golden State Warriors Camo Button-up is the gift i'm buying before it sells out.  Can't wait to see it unwrapped on X-mas day before tip-off against Lebron.  


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None of these products are themselves licensed by the team or league. We go to great lengths to avoid explicitly using the images and logos of players and teams.  As for items with the team logos, these are made with re-purposed shirts and patches.

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