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ISSEY MIYAKE . 132 5 and IN-EI lamps

We just talked about this project, but we want to show you other stunning creations based on the Origami theme of the Japanese brand ISSEY MIYAKE, we’d love to know if you feel the same sensations that we felt while looking at them: daydreaming. In the next weeks I’m going to post other marvellous products of the brand which following the same concept, has realized new items to be amazed by!
Fashion and design need to stress the “emotion” concept and to connect it with consumers, we are living in a society so full of objects and clothes that only the firms who care about their customers needs, are the one destined to make the difference in the future.
People need to dream, to feel, to get back in touch with simple living and nature, society has flattened all the human desires substituting them with marketing desires and transforming people in alienated costumers.
The first they will understand it the better for their business.
If fashion make this effort in the direction of changing and pushing on simple emotions, we’ll certainly see products that maintain the project soul and poetry.

Fashion and design need to stress the “emotion” concept and to connect it with consumers, we are living in a society so full of objects and clothes that only  firms who care about their customers needs, are the one chosen to make the difference in the future.

People need to dream, to feel, to get back in touch with simple living and nature, society has flattened all their amotional needs substituting them with marketing desires and products, transforming people in alienated costumers.

Following other stunning creations of the Origami theme developed by the Japanese brand ISSEY MIYAKE. The concept has been developed both as clothes (132 5) than home collections (IN-EI lamps), the latter project has been realized in collaboration with the italian brand Artemide.

If fashion make this effort on pushing toward emotions, we’ll certainly have final products that maintain the project soul and poetry.

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