Italian artist Simone Legno brings his cult-favorite designs and colorful interpretation of life to a new makeup and accessories line that exposes the criminally cute and irresistibly edgy sides of beauty. Presented exclusively at Sephora, this Japanese-inspired collection captures the true spirit of tokidoki: Every day brings another opportunity to dream.
The Scarygirl adventure continues with Nathan Jurevicius’ latest mini series. From soothsayers and scavengers to skeletons and squid women, each of the 11 blind boxed figures, including the 2 chases, are 3-inches tall and include accessories and an insert that tells their twisted tale.
Nathan describes “Scarygirl” as a surreal, psychedelic composition of heartfelt stories and reinterpreted folklore based around a cute yet slightly odd little girl and her giant octopus guardian.
Japanese graphic designer Mori Chack’s bloodthirsty icon Gloomy Bear, a giant, pink, violent bear that attacks humans is back and his appetite for viciousness is bigger than ever!
Mori Chack begun his career as a street artist, selling original character postcards and stickers on the streets of his hometown of Osaka. His other creations include Podolly, the infamous sheep in a wolf’s clothing, and Kumakikai, a robotic Gloomy Bear with rockets for feet. Chack’s trademark deceptively cute characters serve to express his personal brand of satirical humor and commentary on the world’s contradictions and social issues. He currently lives in Tokyo.
Junko Mizuno created three designs for the NEW PEOPLE store in San Francisco, CA. NEW PEOPLE offers the latest films, art, fashion and retail brands from Japan. The T-shirts will be available only at the store on the M floor.
1746 Post St,
San Francisco, CA 94115