"Chapan — a quilted dressing gown, irreplaceable part of men's and women's clothing. It is unusually popular in the Central Asian region, including Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and neighboring countries. Chapan - the long and wide dressing gown which doesn't have buttons and a collar. For each season there was the dressing gown, it could be absolutely easy, even without pad, or very warm, on a wadded basis. Gallery of "SamArt"
Kuchi (Nomadic),Afghanistan worn right up until 1979 Russian invasion,made completely by hand, some store-bought fabric,