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Japanese Textile × Modern Design Products & Sustainability

Japanese Textile

Japanese Textile ×
Modern Design Products & Sustainability

Join us for a unique pop-up event celebrating the beauty and craftsmanship of Japanese textiles. Discover an exquisite collection of handmade and vintage Japanese textile goods, including kimonos, modern accessories, and sustainable fashion pieces. This event is perfect for enthusiasts of Japanese culture, fashion, and craftsmanship.

We will showcase Japanese textile handmade and vintage items, including kimonos, modern accessories, and sustainable fashion pieces. Discover unique collections of items using Japanese textile, such as kimono fabrics. Japanese snacks will also be available.

Japanese handmade makers market

Schedule and Location

 

📅 ⏰Date & Time: August 11th, 12-5 PM

 

📍Location: Resobox, 91 E 3rd St, New York

 

Admission: Free

Meet Our Vendors!

MEINFINITY

The fabrics have unique designs of such quality that you feel as if you are wearing Japanese artwork. These bags are for anyone who would like to have unique designs based on Japanese culture. By owning your own Japanese bag, you can always have a piece of Japanese culture with you.

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Japanese kimono bag designer
Japanese kimono bag designer

kazaria3

Handmade reversible bucket hat with Javanese fabric.

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kazaria3
Kazaria 3

Olaf Olsson

Olaf Olsson differentiates itself by combining Japanese fabric and traditional Japanese patterns into fresh, individualistic designs.

The brand is dedicated to a style that both stands out in a crowd while remaining classic. Motivated by a desire to create high quality, unique neckwear and clothing, Olaf Olsson is committed to using the best manufacturers in New York and New England.

This emphasis on craftsmanship and attention to detail reverberate genuinely throughout the brand’s core philosophy. We value and wish to develop long-standing relationships with our customers, who can return to Olaf Olsson each season to add to their collection.

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Olaf Olsson

Iki Kimono NYC

Since 2016, Iki Kimono has worked with women living in Japan to bring the finest vintage kimono to NYC, and reinterprets their use to be worn in a modern, fashion-forward way.

 

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IKI Kimono

Akiko Fukuda Illustration

Akiko Fukuda, a New York-based illustrator and Surface Pattern Designer, was born and raised in Japan. In addition to her illustrations, she creates modern textile designs inspired by botanical gardens. These designs are applied to natural fabrics such as silk and cotton, which she personally selects and arranges to have printed in Canada and England. Following the printing process, she utilizes the fabric to craft scarves and small accessories, investing great passion into her work. The hand-rolled hem on her scarves is a particularly artisanal and challenging aspect to achieve. After undergoing extensive training to master the hand-rolled hem technique, she meticulously hand-sews each scarf, adding a special touch to every creation.

Contact:  hello@akikofukuda.art
Instagram: @akikofukuda_
Facebook: @akikofukuda.illustration
Akiko Fukuda Illustration
Akiko Fukuda Illustration

We will have Japanese Sweets And Snacks!

Japanese Melon pan & Michi filled cookies By Tomochi bakery NYC

Japanese Melon Bread

You can also find unique Japanese handmade collections on our online store! 
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