Tokyo, Japan (PRWEB) July 18, 2016
Today Enigmo Inc. launches its BUYMA exclusive collection with internationally acclaimed Japanese designer JUNKO KOSHINO on BUYMA. JUNKO KOSHINO has had a global presence since the early stages of her career—a regular participant in Paris Fashion Week from 1978 to 2000 and an emblem designer of the Sydney Olympics in 2002. BUYMA’s exclusive collection will be the first time a JUNKO KOSHINO main line collection will be sold online. The first round presents a dashing 37 items: from classic scarves, hand-made accessories carved from specially processed lime tree wood covered with pure gold and silver foil, to handbags and traditional Japanese lacquerware.
- JUNKO KOSHINO / Luxury designer
Junko Koshino was born in Osaka and graduated Design Course at Bunka Fashion College. When she was 19 years old she won the 7th SOEN Award, known as the gateway to success for the new fashion designer. Afterwards, she became more active on an international level, participating in Paris Fashion Week for the first time in 1978 until 2000. She held fashion shows in Beijing (1985, 2015), New York Metropolitan Museum (1990), Cuba (1996), the Republic of Poland (1997), Union of Myanmar (2009), and more. In 2008, she produced the Japan Festival fashion show and the opening at John F. Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. Her range of works is broad--from designing costumes for the operas "The Magic Flute", "Madame Butterfly" (as Year of Japan-Republic of Korea National Exchange Event in 2002), Broadway Show “Pacific Overtures” in 2004 (nominated for 'Best Costume Design of a Musical' in the 59th TONY Awards), to designing sports uniforms and even interior designing. Currently she designs costumes for TAO (Drum Art Performance Group) and fireworks for the Okinawan summer festival "Ryukyu-Kaiensai”.
- New project launched: JDF (Japan Designer Featured)
BUYMA begins its JDF (Japan Designer Featured) Project with JUNKO KOSHINO and will actively continue to promote the global recognition of both new and established Japanese designers.
See more information at BUYMA (https://www.buyma.us/).
BUYMA is a brand new type of online social shopping service where members can purchase attractive items from all over the world from the 79,000+ Personal Shoppers (exhibitors) residing in over 128 countries. Membership has exceeded 3.2 million with more than 7,600 brands exhibited. The site introduces a wide range of fashion items which have not yet been introduced to Japan, as well as sold out items. It also exhibits items such as cosmetics and home décor.
Founded in 2004 by Shokei Suda as the operation of social network type shopping website "BUYMA."