A key element of a trendy Thai-made clothing brand aimed at affluent customers abroad originates in clay pots of foamy sludge that look like witches’ brews.

The vats are in villages in the agricultural heartland of Thailand in the country’s rural northeast, hundreds of kilometres away from where the clothes are designed in Bangkok by a husband-and-wife team under their own fashion label, called Philip Huang after the husband.

The key element is indigo, a natural pigment derived by fermenting…


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