Luna Dress in Full Moon



P R O D U C T  I N F O R M A T I O N

This is a cropped style; hem hits above ankle on 5’4” person and calf on 5’10” person

To ensure garment longevity, hidden elastic is sewn inside the seams to keep the same shape and prevent stretching out over time

Model is 5'10" and is wearing a size small

Made in Los Angeles, CA


F A B R I C A T I O N  &  C A R E  I N S T R U C T I O N S 


97% Recycled Cotton 3% Elastane 

For longest garment life: dry clean OR hand wash cold lay flat to dry

hand wash cold / dry clean okay / do not bleach / do not tumble dry / iron low temp / do not wring out


S I Z E  G U I D E

Note that the model is 5'10" and wears a size small

For length reference, the hem hits above the ankle on a 5'4" person

SMALL Waist: 24”- 26” / Hip: 34”- 36”

MEDIUM Waist 27”- 29” / Hip 36.5”- 38”

LARGE Waist 30”- 34” / Hip 38.5”- 44” 


C O N C E P T 

The LUNA dress takes a thematic approach to the cyclical nature of our life and surroundings as we understand it — be it lunar, water, carbon, spiritual, mental, physical and so on— and weaves it into a world in which we dress in accordance to our current state.

FULL MOON refers to the Luna in a creamy ivory. The Full Moon embodies clarity, worn when thoughts of insight arrive: “I have let go of things that no longer serve me,” “I have grown so much,” “I feel empowered,” “I have entered a state of humble refection.”


M A T E R I A L - R E C Y C L E D  C O T T O N

After a thorough investigation of what using recycled material means in all aspects, Taiyo is so very proud to introduce a recycled cotton knit. The mill we chose, Toki Sen, functions on a policy of “symbiosis with nature,” meaning they manufacture with ecological considerations and promotion of oil removal. The mill is a member of BCP (Better Cotton Platform). 

They use TSURI knitting machines that move in a slow ticking motion to produce old fashioned, high quality stitches, literally weaving air into the fabric which gives you an incredibly soft and beautiful texture that is impossible to reproduce on modern day machines. This traditional method has been slowly developed over 100+ years with thought and intention and with great attention to detail.

Toki Sen uses “fallen cotton” which means they use old clothing such as secondhand  clothing or cutting wastage and return it to a raw cotton form. To do so, they “fluff” the material, meaning a machine breaks the weave of the previously made clothing. The making process of the newly recycled fabric has a very low carbon footprint as the result is a combination of experienced artisan’ skill and the traditional Japanese techniques use and refer to as “slow vintage.”

Additionally, a portion of our fabric purchase for the Luna Dress went to Burkina Faso, which contributes to the healthy development of the country through the ethical purchase of cotton grown in Burkina Faso in West Africa. A portion also goes to support medical care and education through the Japan Burkina Faso Friendship Association.

Toki Sen is admirably continuing their journey to live in symbiosis with nature. They are currently working to install solar for in-house power generation.