We made a tote bag, pochette, long wallet, and cushion cover from an obi made with pure gold thread. Owl’s feathers were stitched individually using the double-sided embroidery technique and attached to the bags. The bags were also sewn manually to take advantage of its texture. They are lighter than they look and have many pockets inside. When the bags become worn, you can remove and wash the works, then attach them to new ones.
This jacket was made from Sayoko’s mother’s 40-year-old kimono and her father’s naga-jyuban (traditional Japanese undergarment) as liner. Two embroidered cranes are attached. It is fashionable when worn as-is, but the cranes almost appear to be flying when it’s worn as a shawl. Shawl-like jackets above that have great hand-drawn pictures are made by transforming Japanese kimonos.Wrap skirts and bolero jackets are made by fully leveraging patterns and pictures of kimonos.
We successfully digitized our embroidered Midori-Ruri Butterflies to make their matching jewelry. Digitized butterflies are resin-made, so they are soft to the touch and body-friendly. You can enjoy dressing up with earrings and artificial nails, or even more with one of our brooches. Smartphone cases can only be made through made-to-order requests because each is different, depending on your smartphone type.>> To place a made-to-order request, please access our order form here.
We digitized our embroidered hair accessories and body jewelry made for the color dresses designed for the 2019 Grand Collection in Osaka by Yumi Katsura to make our Digitized Red Butterflies Jewelry Collection. You can enjoy dressing up with earrings and artificial nails, or even more with one of our brooches. Smartphone cases can only be made through made-to-order requests because each is different, depending on your smartphone type. >> To place a made-to-order request, please access our order forms here.