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Explore the beauty of Japanese simplistic elegance with Junko Koshino
Lacquered Paulownia wood circles and squares… symbols of polarized being. Circles allude to our spiritual cosmic being, while squares respresent our rational human side of being. This concept of polar opposite design lies at the core of Koshino Junko's accessories line.
Lacquer Accessories
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Gold and
Organic Jewelry
Handmade golds and bangles, foiled in pure gold and silver over a classic Linden wooden frame and treated with a specially-processed unique finish.
Gold and Silver-Foiled Organic Jewelry
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Box Set
Kiridame lacquered containers epitomize Japan's traditional functional beauty in design and craftsmanship.Used traditionally throughout time to serve food and sweets from, or even as interior decoration. Colors come naturally from the ingredients served, thus Koshino chooses to respectfully retain a classic patternless design for her kir
Three-tiered Kiridame Box Set
Cashmere Stoles
Junko Koshino was born in Osaka and graduated Design Course at Bunka Fashion College.When she was 19 years old she won the 7th SOEN Award, known as the gateway to success for the new fashion designer.Afterwards, she became more active on an international level, participating in Paris Fashion Week for the first time in 1978 until 2000. She held fashion shows in Beijing (1985, 2015), New York Metropolitan Museum (1990), Cuba (1996), the Republic of Poland (1997), Union of Myanmar (2009), and more. In 2008, she produced the Japan Festival fashion show and the opening at John F. Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. Her range of works is broad--from designing costumes for the operas "The Magic Flute", "Madame Butterfly" (as Year of Japan-Republic of Korea National Exchange Event in 2002), Broadway Show “Pacific Overtures” in 2004 (nominated for 'Best Costume Design of a Musical' in the 59th TONY Awards), to designing sports uniforms and even interior designing. Currently she designs costumes for TAO (Drum Art Performance Group) and fireworks for the Okinawan summer festival "Ryukyu-Kaiensai”.

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