Moussy is Japan’s longtime favorite denim brand, well known for the way its jeans shape a woman’s legs.
Clutch Purse Bao Bao Issey Miyake
This geometric bag by Bao Bao Issey Miyake folds into various shapes. As light hits this unique piece, it becomes more a work of art than a clutch — which is exactly why New York City’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) featured it on its catalog cover in 2007.
Pleated-Hem Shirt Ray Beams
Ray Beams creates stylish wear with the freedom to move, for women who want to stay casual but chic.
The perfect summer accessory, this round braided basket bag is ideal for daily use.
"TOGA" means sacred garment of Greek mythology.
These wedge sandals' bright blue colored innocence with branching patterns carved into its wedges epitomize TOGA's aesthetic.
T-shirt Beams x Toyo
Toyo Enterprise began as a port trading company in the pre-war period, delivering Sukajan jackets and Aloha shirts to US military bases. To this day, Toyo Enterprise still maintains as one of the most reputable manufacturers of American casual wear item in Japan.
Black Colored Shirts Kyoto Montsuki
World-famous dyer Kyoto Montsuki is renowned for its deepest black dyes, the kind used on traditional kimonos since 1915. By dying secondhand clothing, it is upcycled into reborn fashion statements.
All materials, sewing, and processing of SLEEK denim come from Japan, but this denim brand is created for the American market.
Converse Made in Japan
Released from the 2013 A/W collection, these “Upper” Converse sneakers preserve the classic All Star silhouette, while adding a high-quality texture finish and “Made in Japan” prints on the insoles and heel patch.
Anorak Parka Kelen
Kelen, a brand with timeless silhouettes, created this hooded outerwear that is fashionable and shields you from the elements.
Yoshida Bag Porter
Created in 1962, Porter is the most famous bag from the most famous bagmaker in Japan, Yoshida Kaban.
Denim Shirt Kato
This basic denim shirt from KATO is made from a selection of the finest materials, and designed to look better the longer you wear it.
Glasses Kaneko Optical
From one of the top eyewear companies in Sabae City, Fukui Province, Japan, these glasses are created by craftsmen known as “choba.”