Since his first show in 1988, Japanese designer Akira Onozuka has woven a long process of maturity. From his apprenticeship with Issey Miyake from the 1970s, he has retained a strong taste for the creative process. The Zucca universe is all in color, its clothes are practical to wear and come from urban fashion. The clothes are perfectly designed. Zucca opened its first store and developed the Cabane de Zucca line in 1993 in Tokyo, with creations for men, women and children and collaborations with artists of all kinds, who designed windows or interior decoration. In 1994, the brand launched a new line, Zucca Travail, which it described as "work wear for the inactive" which was inspired by work clothes, uniforms and sportswear. This collection is made in France and has even been awarded for its contribution to the manufacturing industry in France. In 1995, Zucca began collaborating with the watch manufacturer Seiko and released one collection per year of watches with gourmet names like Chocolate or Chewing Gum and with an original design. Today, the world is a playground from which the creator draws his many inspirations.