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Center for COSMIC WONDER
Natural Breathing

Feb 06, 2015 | NEWS 

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COSMIC WONDER 2015 Spring / Summer “Natural Breathing” will be released on 14 February, 2015.

Organic cotton heather gray dungaree collection, collection of organic cotton denim and organic cotton chambray with sashiko hand-embroidery, organic linen collection made of faint dot print inspired by vintage Okinawan fabric. Organic cotton herbal dye collection will be released in varieties of new colors.

*COSMIC WONDER 2015 Spring/Summer “Natural Breathing” will be available online on 20 February, 2015.

 

Center for COSMIC WONDER
5-18-10 Minami-aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Open 11am – 7pm | Closed on Wednesdays

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*Temporary closed from 9 February through 13 February

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Wild grapevine baskets

Nov 15, 2014 | NEWS 

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Wild grapevine baskets are entirely handmade by the skilled artisan, Yukihiko Tsutsui.

 

The process begins with the gathering of grapevines in the mountains in the early summer.
The grapevine fibers are carefully cleft by hand and knit together, following their natural curves.
The grapevines attain their unique amber color with the passing of time.

 

Center for COSMIC WONDER
5-18-10 Minami-aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Open 11am – 7pm | Closed on Wednesdays

T. +81 (0)3 5774 6866

 

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Center for COSMIC WONDER
First Light

Aug 05, 2014 | NEWS 

 Center for COSMIC WONDER First Light

Weaving nature reveals the root of universe
The future and past give us their gentle light

 

We are heading in a new direction.
COSMIC WONDER takes another step in its evolution and explore ways of circumventing existing manufacturing practices with alternative methods of producing clothing.

 

In an effort to expand our awareness of our place in the natural system we focus on working with various natural materials, combining hand-woven fabrics like organic cotton and linen, wool taken from sheep that graze on land that is free of pesticides and herbicides, pure Japanese-grown silk made from silkworms organically-raised on mulberry leaves, and natural plant dyes produced with traditional Japanese techniques.
We find pleasure in making our clothes with a sustainable vision that is both old and new at the same time.
It’s a process of finding beauty in the continuity between the future and a past that we are at risk of losing.

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