Maison Eureka is a Berlin brand that first introduced in spring 2015. MAISON means "house" in French, and EUREKA means "inspiration" in ancient greek. The brand concept is "an atelier where brings in inspiration and personal experiences". The Japanese designer Yurika Nakatsu remakes and redesigns the unique garments from vintage fashion. Every piece is different in its own way.
TAION, an inner down wear brand, stands for body temperature'. We pursue valuable products with the goal of wear that keeps the body warm', which is an essential element in life. TAION is committed to a lightweight and warm design that can be worn in every part of your life.
The theme of this collection is "BLANK GENERATION"The collection was inspired by Richard Hell's 1977 song "Blank Generation". We reinterpreted the punk spirit of the 1970s in the 1990s style with this collection.It is also intended to be all expressed in images of the 2020s.
CONICHIWA BONJOUR is a young brand started in South Korea and getting wide awareness in both Korea and Japan. The brand is not about being on trend but finding a comfort street style. CB bridges the gap between creative innovation and casual with a touch of sense of humor by parodying well-known logos on basic stable piece..
Under the policy that "we are also users", Snow Peak creates truly innovative equipment and hosts annual Snow Peak Way camping events at our headquarters where both users and staff can meet and talk with each other, fostering a close-knit community of like-minded outdoor enthusiasts and fans all over the world.
The "NOMA t.d." collection is designed by Masako Noguchi and Takuma Sasaki. In 2005 Noguchi and Sasaki established their collaborative label "NOMA t.d." combining their talents, experiences, and knowledge of design. They produce their own textiles by handcrafting unique graphics used in the creation of their garments. With the combination of art and fashion, NOMA t.d. continues to evolve, with attention to detail and a free interpretive style. "free interpretation creates a new style.
The idea was born in Japan – a country where sandals are far more than just shoes. They’re a centuries-old tradition. An inextricable part of a kimono outfit. The footgear of Buddhist monks on their spiritual journeys. And a symbol of freedom to go wherever you like. SUBU offers a whole new level of functionality, they leave you surprised that outdoor shoes could ever feel so soft. Their modern, streamlined design blends well with any outfit.
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