everlasting sprout

everlasting sprout

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Stylish women’s wear for discerning fashion lovers

everlasting sprout was founded by Japanese fashion designers Keiichi Muramatsu and Noriko Seki, who has since left, both born in 1981. They graduated from Tokyo’s famed Bunka Fukusou Gakuin where they took the Knit Design Course.

Seki went to work as a freelance designer in Tokyo, while Muramatsu sought his way abroad as an assistant designer at the yarn company Lineapiu Group in Florence, Italy.

In 2005, the two founded the Tokyo based label everlasting sprout (エヴァーラスティング スプラウト). They presented their first collection at Japan Fashion Week S/S 2005.

The two designers created very difficult knitwear and also worked as costume designers and knitwear consultants. Mass-producing knitwear is notoriously difficult. This made everlasting sprout creations extremely unique. They went as far as spending a week on a single garment.

Although everlasting sprout continues its legacy as a knitwear brand, they have since broadened their creations to appeal to a wider audience.

everlasting sprout introduces itself philosophically:

Clothes are the canvas, material is the paint, and the designer creates with unbounded imagination. 
Let your mind and body enjoy the tone and texture of this unique collection.
Express yourself and reach out; fashion is a culture.

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CLOWN Co.,Ltd., 61-2Takasu, Fujieda-Shi, Shizuoka, 426-0046 JAPAN
(+81) 054-631-5920
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Review everlasting sprout

Hery my name is frank i am currently in Dallas, Tx at Wade College for fashion Design ur garment inspire me so much i had to get to know u more thk u for being so creative

Frank Christon
Jul 2, 2010 (4165 days ago)

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