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Exploring Natural Color, Natural Dye and Intimate Apparel. Color as Medicine. @calyx_intimates , cara@calyxnyc.com

Exploring Natural Color, Natural Dye and Intimate Apparel. Color as Medicine. @calyx_intimates , cara@calyxnyc.com

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Shopper's Diary: Natural Flower Dyes and Silk Scarves, from Cara Marie Piazza : Gardenista

Natural Dyeing with Cara Marie Piazza | Gardenista

Cara Marie Piazza: A silk Devi Wrap Scarf in an itajime shibori pattern, dyed with logwood, iron sulphate, madder, & turmeric

Cara Marie Piazza is a textile designer known for using natural fibres – and for creating beautiful designs with sustainably made botanical dyes. Based in New York, she explains the inspirations and methods behind her process as told to Johanna Derry Can you describe your work in one sentence? Alchemical plant hospice. Where does your commitment to sustainable and ethical production come from? I started working with natural dyes during …

Cara Marie Piazza is a textile designer known for using natural fibres – and for creating beautiful designs with sustainably made botanical dyes.

This Designer Uses Flower Waste To Make Truly Magical Clothing. Kinda like tie-dye. Cara Marie Piazza.

About 40 percent of flowers in the commercial industry end up in the trash, but Cara Marie Piazza knows that waste i a perfect source for natural dyes.

This Designer Uses Flower Waste To Make Truly Magical Clothing. Kinda like tie-dye. Cara Marie Piazza.

About 40 percent of flowers in the commercial industry end up in the trash, but Cara Marie Piazza knows that waste i a perfect source for natural dyes.

Leave it to dear friend and celebrated photographer Andrea Gentl, and natural dyer and textile designer Cara Marie Piazza, to show us how utterly dreamy wilted, decaying and dead flowers can be. With Andrea behind the lens and Cara sharing design tricks of the trade, the two recently joined forces to create this stunning natural dye tutorial. While many would toss a wilted bouquet, Andrea and Cara have long seen it as something beautiful and transformative. Andrea shoots the process of decay…

Leave it to dear friend and celebrated photographer Andrea Gentl, and natural dyer and textile designer Cara Marie Piazza, to show us how utterly dreamy wilted, decaying and dead flowers can be. With Andrea behind the lens and Cara sharing design tricks of the trade, the two recently joined forces to create this stunning natural dye tutorial. While many would toss a wilted bouquet, Andrea and Cara have long seen it as something beautiful and transformative. Andrea shoots the process of decay…