The Palette of Life
Bojagi has held significant cultural and historical value in Korea since the Three Kingdoms period (57 BCE to 668 CE). It has been beloved by all, including the royals, and continues to be treasured by every family today. The name Bojagi originated from the word “bok (복)”, which means luck in the Korean language. Thus, when one uses the Bojagi to encase an item, it can be understood as the wrapping of blessings and is believed to protect good luck.
The first of our capsule collection, The Palette of Life features an array of the treasured traditional Korean wrapping cloths, known as Bojagi (보자기). A subtle harmony of cultural heritage and modern silhouettes, each piece is designed to convey the quintessence of the time-honoured tradition.