wings+horns pays homage to its Japanese and Canadian roots

The special collection features pieces that are hand-dyed in Japan by Kyoto Montsuki Co.
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wings+horns Kyoto Black

Anyone who cares about the quality of their garments knows that Made in Canada and Made in Japan are as good as it gets. wings+horns has always been proud of its work in both countries and now they're highlighting that history with their Kyoto Black Collection. The four pieces will consist of two Canadian-made sportswear pieces and two pieces of Japanese-made denim, all of which are hand-dyed in Japan by Kyoto Montsuki Co. Kyoto Montsuki Co. is a fourth-generation family business who have specialized in one thing since 1915: dyeing Montsuki, a type of Japanese formal wear. The process requires large amounts of dye to achieve that black finish, a finish that is regarded as one of the best in the world. 

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