Vice and Virtue

Numbered limited-edition: 1 / 10
Extremely delicate and exclusive piece


A preface to his own work, an essay on art and musings by Oscar Wilde decorate this delicate COMMON HOURS robe in Japanese 'Fairy Feather' (the world's thinnest yarn-dyed silk). This piece is finished in a rich burnt metal gradient that goes from silver to a soft cream, and through to amber and rust. Purposefully selected words are lifted by meticulous hand-embroidery - thoughtful details you'll want to keep visible. Vice and virtue through a game of conceal and reveal: wear it over everything - or nothing at all.

 

Details
  • 100% silk, sourced from Saiei Orimono, Japan
  • Made of ultra-fine silk threads, with a thinness of 8 denier
  • Sheer / translucent
  • Silver, cream, amber and rust
  • Extremely delicate
  • Brand logo hand-embroidered on collar
  • Edition number hand-embroidered on centre front, near the hem
  • Detailed hand-embroidery throughout by Chanakya artisans in India
  • Designed to be worn loose, or cinched at the waist with the matching belt
  • One size fits most
  • Specialist dry clean only
  • Shipped in collectible hand-made storage boxes

 

Illustrated with

Gradient print designed in-house.
Words by Oscar Wilde, hand-sketched by COMMON HOURS.

How to tie your robe

The garment features a matching belt, which can be used to secure the garment in place and provide multiple ways to adjust and customise the fit. 

Origins

The world's lightest silk, sourced from Japan. 
Hand-embroidered by Chanakya artisans in India.
Artwork custom-designed by the COMMON HOURS.

    Our fabrics

    We work with exceptional fabrications from all
    over the world. In the Vice and Virtue robe,
    Japanese 'Fairy Feather', the world's lightest silk,
    is elevated to new heights by the craftsmanship of
    the many artisans involved in making this piece.

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