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Frequently Asked Questions

how do you make it?

After the designer has considered the structure, the design is made into data, and then machine embroidered at a factory in Japan. Furthermore, after the embroidered items are cut by hand, they are sewn or pasted together to complete jewelry with a three-dimensional effect.

What is it made of?

It is mainly made of polyester cloth embroidered with rayon thread.

How should I take care of it?

Keep it in its original shape and store it in the box provided. Laundry is not possible.

Designer / Nana watanabe

Nana Watanabe

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Experienced as a fashion designer and textile designer at a domestic brand.

Worked as a freelance designer since 2014.
In March 2017, he started the accessory brand “ARRO” using machine embroidery techniques.

The fantastic and colorful worldview is created by freely outputting the beautiful and unique utopian plants and creatures in the designer's head and incorporating them into the design.

STOCK LIST

OFFLINE STORE:

Tokyo

monster in my daydream

NEWOLD STOCK
Hyogo
Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art Museum Shop
Shiga

BACKSTAGE
Kanagawa

Mado Tsujido
Kagawa

trm:o Hei 457-1 Kusuda-cho, Kanonji City, Kagawa Prefecture
Hong Kong
Traumhaus

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ONLINE STORE:

Pinkoi

On apartments.

SOUQ ZINE

PARCO ONLINE

FUDGE ONLINE

Atelier De C'C