Jewell House NYC: Plant Dye Workshop
11:00 am – 2:00 pm
M i n d f u l P l a n t D y e WorkShop ・瞑想のように草木染めワークショップ with n e u t r a l l a b
Date: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11th
Time: 11:00am – 2:00pm
Price: Book for two $88
Duration: 2.5hr – 3hr
What you will experience:
How to make Spiral Bundle Dye with silk scarf using natural materials (dry flowers, onion skins, sumac, goldenrods, turmeric, mugwort, marigold, black walnut, acorn, dry leaves etc… ) from household & around us celebrating lives, colors, nature, community & “now”.
Learn about medicinal property in wild plants & weeds.
Introduce n e u t r a l l a b ’s concept & plant dyed medicinal garments.
What you want to bring:
Scissors, apron or clothes that could be dyed.
Dyeing material options : Onions skins, dry flowers, any plant, veggies & fruits scraps you want to use for dying (some color comes out, some won’t show as much).
Snacks & drink as you wish.
WORKSHOP FACILITATOR DETAILS:
TOMOE’s is the founder of the brand n e u t r a l l a b. The brand goes beyond the aesthetics of apparel, striving to evoke a sense of well-being transcending age, gender, size, race, season and trends. Her fervor lies in guiding individuals back to their original neutral state, aligning with ultimate wellness goals.
Given that “H I E T O R I” forms the cornerstone of all n e u t r a l l a b designs, this exhibition uniquely spotlights the wellness dimension of her brand for the first time in its decade-long evolution. We are thrilled at the prospect of JEWELL HOUSE Gallery Wall unveiling new facets and depths of what n e u t r a l l a b can contribute to our lives.
HIETORI encapsulates a healthy lifestyle, emphasizing the warming of the lower body through daily habits to enhance blood circulation and organ functions. Tomoe’s approach promotes immunity and overall well-being without reliance on medication. During the reception party, Tomoe will introduce the functionality and experience of HIETORI through her collection, accompanied by a workshop educating attendees on how her lounge wear collection can positively impact health.
Inspired by Japanese Kimono, the natural beauty of Azumino Nagano, Japan (Tomoe’s hometown), the dynamic city life of NYC, and global travel experiences, all n e u t r a l l a b garments reflect a fusion of the neutral state within their design.