A high waisted, straight leg pant with contrasting front and back. Features two patch pockets on the back and a zipper closure at the front. Decorated with delicate, white embroidery along the front.
Designer Jenia Kim is one an estimated half-million Koreans in the former Soviet Union who composed the diaspora known as the Koryo-Saram. Though she now lives in Moscow, she was born in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, to Korean parents who belonged to a community that had been forcibly moved to Central Asia by Stalin in the late 1930s. To work on her SS20 collection, Kim moved to Uzbekistan for six months to study the country's customs, traditions and textile techniques. The Embroidered Pant is inspired by the Uzbek dowry, the fabric is woven from cotton then hand painted and embroidered by local craftswomen.
Size Extra Small: Waist 25", Hip 38", Inseam 32.5", Length 42.5"
Size Small: Waist 28", Hip 40", Inseam 33", Length 43
Size Medium: Waist 28", Hip 42, Inseam 33, Length 43"
Jaime is 5'7" and wears size Small with Mozh Mozh Danta Apron in Clay and Mozh Mozh Nudos Shara Top and Josanna Alat Slides
Material: 100% Cotton
Made in Russia.