"We are beyond excited to share Amaike Super Organza with the U.S."-Amaike Textile Industry Chief Marketing Officer & Creative Director Naomi Cunningham
Grand Rapids, MI (PRWEB) June 20, 2015
From a remote location in Ishikawa, Japan, surrounded by rice paddy fields and dirt roads, comes an exquisite and elusive fabric "Super Organza". Crafted by japanese textile mastermind, Mototsugu Amaike, the world's lightest and thinnest fabric was created in 2006. 1 Meter of fabric weighs 5 grams. A nickel would weigh 5 grams to give you an idea of weight. Originally intended for the High-Definition TVs, the fabric caught the attention of Haute Couture designers in Asia & Europe. Mototsugu Amaike is now releasing Super Organza to the United States through their newly minted North American Distributor "Amaike Usa". The North American expansion is spearheaded by Amaike Textile Industry's newest Chief Marketing Officer & Creative Director Naomi Cunningham. Her out-of-the-box thinking and innovative marketing campaigns promises to make waves in the textile industry. From Pokemon to Stereos, we can't wait to see what else Japan has up their "super organza" sleeves. For more information, head over to http://www.amaikeusa.com.