Please note :
-This is an In Store event only, on 04/20/23
- RSVP required
- We accept medium weight to lightweight denim/cotton twill garments only for patching
(no silks/lightweight voiles etc)
- We only accept blue/black denim/cotton twill garments for Indigo patching
- Other color garments ok for Non-Indigo patching
- We don't accept mending of tears/holes in seat/armhole area
- The fabrics we use to handstich are vintage handloomed textiles and printed batiks
from West and East Africa
in indigo shades or pink/red shades (see pics below )
- Pricing $95/patch bundle (4 patches/bundle) + handstitching service
- Maximum of 2 patch bundles/garment
- Offering visible patching, not invisible mending
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- Leadtime 2-8 weeks
- Pick up in Store only, no shipping
- No refunds, redos or exchanges
R E N E W | R E F R E S H | R E I M A G I N E
Join us for our Sip, Patch and Shop event at YESAET in DUMBO.
Do you own a garment you wish to breathe new life and energy into ?
Choose from our vintage handloomed jacquards, batik prints and vintage handloomed indigo patches and we will patch it for you.
More details at https://yesaet.com/pages/events
145 Front st
DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Thursday April 20th
YESAET is an Artisanal luxury responsible brand, made in NY.
With over a successful 25 year career in New York City, founder, designer and Dumbo resident Hiywet Mimi Girma launched YESAET with the vision for to create an artisanal luxury Brand with positive impact.
YESAET is created from the heart and stems from Mimi's heritage, as an Ethiopian American who grew up in the Cote d'Ivoire and in the UK.
YESAET is about style x positive impact, offering unique custom handcrafted and ethically sourced fabrics, as well as close out luxury natural fabrics from top designers in timeless, versatile contemporary yet classic shapes. We embrace upcycling and hand dye a percentage of the collection with botanical dyes, filled with stories to pay forward.
YESAET celebrates 3 years in business, having launched March 2020.
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