Stussy Collaborates with Tokyo-Based NOMA td On Luxe Silk Scarves
They’re even printed by hand.
American clothing giant, Stussy have started the new year with a collaboration with NOMA t.d., a brand that specialises in textile design which combines Japanese and American culture with a hip-hop edge. NOMA t.d. was founded and created by Takuma Sasaki and Masako Naguchi in 2005 and has been rising up the ranks ever since.
Stussy x NOMA t.d. have just released two iterations of hand-drawn scarves, both featuring paisley pattern on a high-grade Brazilian silk yarn. The first textile design uses chestnut browns and ocean blues, complimented by the intricate paisley pattern which uses a teardrop motif with a curved upper end. The second design uses a bright white boarder, along with striking blacks and highlighted golds. Both scarves use the brands’ logos in the bottom right and left-hand corner.
The scarves are made from 100% silk woven and are made in Japan using the world’s highest quality silk screen printing – these really are the finest quality and design.