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EARLY CRITTERS

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EVOLUTION IN NATURE

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DROP FROM HEAVEN

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CAVE STORIES

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CELLTASTIC

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BIRD MAIL

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FEEL THE CHEMISTRY

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ELEMENT BOXES

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We love Sustainability Colors Fair Wages -Hand in Hand
How did it start?
How did it start?



Two women from the opposite sides of the world met in Tokyo and became friends. After realizing they have the same mindset regarding clothing and quality, they decided to create something more colorful.

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Design Process
Design Process


The inspiration of the theme of this clothing line was fair wages, sustainability and communication!
How did the world start and how did people communicate with each other? Wait! How does the earth communicate?
Long hours of discussions and thinking and one thing led to another.

Acryl colors & Guache​
Acryl colors & Guache​


Nana, mother & designer and disappointed in the color choices Japanese stores have to offer for children, spent all her creativity designing and painting beautiful themes with bold colors.

Water colors​
Water colors​


Alice, mermaid & designer and missing German nature in the Tokyo city jungle, designed themes which influenced her since she was little. As a big fan of sciences and biology, you will find motifs regarding this.

Manufacture​
Manufacture​


First, with a brush in the hand the designs are created in a natural way.

They are then arranged into a pattern digitally and printed on 100% cotton by a selected locally printing company.

Nana designed sewing patterns which are all sent to a local garment factory.

Paying fair wages is a focus in this process.

The matching pants made from various unique materials are designed, cut and sewn by hand by us.

 

Workshops & Sustainability​
Workshops & Sustainability​

We asked the factory to send us
all fabric cuts to follow a zero waste policy.
With those leftover scraps we create handmade accessories like mermaids and jellyfish keychains.
But we also use them to organize workshops for children of any age to be creative and educate them about sustainable clothing!