FUMIKODA inc. is exhibiting at Tranoï Paris Women’s (Tranoï Femme) in Paris from Sep.30th – Oct.3rd 2016, showcasing FUMIKODA, a new Japanese luxury brand offering new choices for professional and cosmopolitan women to dress with style and confidence.
The FUMIKODA bag, which presents “High Fashion, Zero Cruelty” as one of its core concepts, uses no animal leather. Instead, it uses FUMIKODATA, a cutting-edge material from Japan that surpasses the quality of real leather.
FUMIKODA bags are made from a cutting-edge Japanese material, FUMIKODATA, designed to not have a negative impact on the environment. This lightweight and durable material is entirely free of environmentally unfriendly substances, cancer-causing agents, or hormone-disrupting chemicals.
In pursuit of first class quality, FUMIKODA bags are carefully manufactured by skilled craftsmen in Japan’s most famous bag-making region Toyooka, where bag-making has been a tradition for a thousand years. For the New York International Auto Show 2016 Gala Preview, FUMIKODA created a special edition of the Arianna shoulder bag and its matching clutch bag Ikula.
On the special edition of Arianna and Ikula, a small metal turquoise charm can be found engraved with the signature text, “FUMIKODA”. The Orii Blue charm is a visually a unique element to the design of the Arianna and Ikula, but what makes this charm so special is more than just its brilliant blue turquoise color, …it’s the process to make it and man who crafted it.保存
Alcantara® is known for lining the interiors of the most luxurious automobiles in the world, from Audi, to Tesla, to BMW, to Porche, and that’s only to name a few. However, this versatile material has been known to be used for various luxury fashion pieces and will be used in FUMIKODA’s special edition of the Arianna bag and Ikula clutch. For a closer look at the pair, please click here.
Karina Fong was first introduced to the East Side House Settlement organization through the New York International Auto Show Gala Preview. Every year, the evening before the auto show is opened to the public, a special Gala Preview is held.
In 2011, the great Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami hit Japan and devastated more than 20,000 people. In its wake it left families torn apart, and many children found themselves without a parent or guardian.