Women's Nishijin textile accessories
Isetan Shinjuku store
"LOOSE ELEGANT LUXURY" loose elegant luxury
We are particular about the quality of materials, tailoring, and design, and we advocate Japanese quality, saying, "Elegance that you can wear on any day without worrying about the occasion of wearing, you can wear it freely and casually. ] is proposed. This is expressed through design and materials.
"Design with a message, Neveseen Design, NeoModern"
I design based on the concept of proposing a style that speaks to the future. I take inspiration from what I feel now and what I feel in the air of the present age.
NeoModern is a word I made up.
Designer Ryunosuke Murata
Graduated from Vantan Design Institute in March 2015
August 2019 Opened his own brand RyunosukeTOKYO as a sole proprietor for about 4 years Sold as a luxury brand for about 1 year Corporate designer
I want to pursue the real thing, spread it to the world, and hope that there will be as many genuine cool people as possible.
I am a designer who makes 0 into 1 by designing fashion that has never been seen before.
What is Nishijin Textile?
Nishijin-ori is a general term for "Sakizome patterned fabrics produced in Kyoto (Nishijin), which is characterized by high-mix low-volume production."
It was designated as a national traditional craft on February 26, 1976.
The weavers of Nishijin have been striving to improve their creativity and expressiveness in order to create excellent designs, in addition to honing their high-level techniques that have been accumulated continuously since the Heian period.
What is Edo Komon?
Edo komon is a komon that has a very small pattern that looks plain from a distance, and is basically dyed with a single color stencil dyeing. In 1955, it is a kind of Komon because of the stencil dyeing method, but it is called Edo Komon to distinguish it from other Komon. The stencils used in Edo Komon are made from three layers of Ise Katagami. A Japanese frame fabric that uses two traditional crafts luxuriously.
(Certified as a traditional craft in 1974)