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Fairy Feather

The fabric, so ethereal, makes us imagine the texture of the robes worn by the heavenly nymphs in Japanese folk tales. I named it Fairy Feather: the thinnest yarn-dyed silk fabric ever. It is made of ultra-fine silk threads with a thinness of 8 denier in diameter, equaling to 1/6 of the diameter of a hair (50 denier). Thousands of ultra-fine silk threads are woven into the warps on looms to produce this exquisite organdy (ultra-light plain-weave fabric with transparency); it is weightless, yet the softness of the raw silk gently, and surely, cocoons the skin.

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Ebony Two

Gretchen's Ebony Loop Bag is a chic accessory that will be loved forever. It is inspired by the 60s and organic shapes found in architecture. Its compact but not stift structure makes sure to give the accessory a good-looking shape without sacrificing inside space to mere aesthetic. It can be carried by the top loop for a sophisticated ladylike appeal or worn thanks to the detachable and adjustable shoulder strap for a hands-free day. Ebony is not just beautiful, Ebony is smart. It is a handmade bag, produced in more than 340 minutes and it contains more than 2625 stitches.

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Shou

It is a spontaneous project researched with the subject of 1983ASIA. The auspicious animal embroidered on the rank badges are the inspiration source for 1983ASIA design this time. As an Asian designer, 1983ASIA condenses the endless stories about rank badge and exquisite vision into series products with modern design methods.Research the characteristics of Chinese traditional culture, bring the culture products to daily life with modern design methods and let more and more people enjoy this fashionable culture products and then learn about their stories.

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Treasures

Sophias fashion language is a composition of design&ecology.The designer produces small series using organic materials&green power in her studio,donateing fabric residues to recycle new fabrics.She creates smart cuts,in neoclassical forms,with a romantic flair.The harmony between material&color is very important to her,Sophia uses flattering,natural fabrics to feel good,because fashion is the second skin.The easy,fantasy&inquiring mind of children inspires her.These impressions makes her dream & she tranferes these images into her work.A fashionable"mini-me"world is created in the family image

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Mini Tote

A luxurious, small tote that can carry all you need for a day out. It is stylish enough to complement your chicest evening looks. Tired of carrying a tote? Combine it with the matching multifunctional pouch. It’s big enough to carry your first needs. The pouch can be worn as a wallet, fanny pack, cross body or shoulder bag. Transitioning your look from day to night has never been easier. The mini tote is inspired by the highly successful original POUCHI pouches. These designs are made of pink calf leather with black micro fiber lining. They contain two zippers and an adjustable leather strap.

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Ready Folded

The debutant collection Ready Folded-Wearable Art draws it's inspiration from traditional Japanese origami elements. The designer created this collection of formal wear with the idea of wearable art in her mind. By using the finest materials, decorations and meticulous haute couture she strived to bring originality to her designs, and with the help of colour schemes and tailoring line she achieves a sense of harmony, which she hopes reflect the complexity of feminity.

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World's greatest design teams.

Sometimes you need a very big team of talented designers to come up with truly great designs. Everyday, we feature a distinct award-winning innovative and creative design team. Explore and discover original and creative architecture, good design, fashion, graphics design and design strategy projects from design teams worldwide. Get inspired by the original works by grand master designers.

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