Tokyo "Hair Style"

Tokyo Hair Style

Ever wished you could instantly change your hairstyle? These funky accessories make it possible.

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On first glance these circular shapes and smooth designs scream precise geometrical fashion but take a closer look and you will see they have a more playful side. Made of smooth and flexible silicon, the bracelets and necklaces depict funky hair styles.

Japanese design team, Schatje Design, mix kitsch and quirky ideas with modern design and uniquely used materials to produce original accessories.

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Hair Dos – inspired by funky street style

The various hairstyles include; Saza Yeah inspired by the Japanese cartoon character Sazae-san, Avant Garde representing innovative hairstyles that push the boundaries of fashion, i-per to get you in touch with you inner afro and The Tiara fit for fashion royalty.

Schatje Design accessories are available on Tokyo Made and selected boutiques in Japan.

Deanne Tonking & Masao Tamaoki About the Author

Deanne Tonking and Masao Tamaoki connect with independent designers all over Japan to find unique art, handmade treasures and innovative design. They share their stylish discoveries on TokyoMade, offering style conscious shoppers rarely attainable creations.

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Comment (日本語もOK)

haha ‘schatje’ design? that’s a dutch word… any connection? or random coincidence?
hmm i like the designs though! but i don’t think i would wear it…

Feb 18, 2010 (4557 days ago)

Yeah, I just mentioned that to Deanne’s boyfriend. I wonder if they adopted it for the meaning “darling” or “little treasure.” But it is quite a surprise to find Dutch in a Japanese company name.

Kjeld Duits
Feb 18, 2010 (4557 days ago)

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