Compared to Kokka and Lecien, Kiyohara fabrics are a bit more expensive and harder to find in the U.S. Their ongoing collections include Ecrulat (a sweet, rustic linen/cotton for apparel and accessory sewing — above) and Puti de Pome (a supersweet children’s collection).
The Puti de Pome dog in a tropical themed bandana print.
New to me this Market was this lively double gauze collection by Kayo Horaguchi:
Kiyohara also had a collection of more traditional Japanese designs — this one in particular caught my eye. Whipped cream dollops with scarves?