JAPANISM [ʒapanism] noun. Japonism is a movement that revolutionized the way Europe looked at the world and testified to a particular enthusiasm for what came from Japan or imitated its style in expression. From the arts infused with Japanese inspirations - Art Nouveau, Impressionism, Art Deco - to the decoration of Parisian apartments and large provincial towns, dotted with Japanese objects and accessories, passing through fashion, with the use of the kimono as indoor clothing or for weekends, and the Japanese tea rooms that abounded in Paris in the 1900s (probably close to 100), the expressions were numerous.
MODERN [ˈmɒdən] adj. Which fully adapts to the innovations of its time, which is of its time, because it is this passion for today's Japan, its influences, its style and more, that we want to transmit. A different look through our eye. Vintage pieces and emerging designers, carefully chosen for you, because we love them.