THE STORY OF RECYCLE BAG by CUTTERS
After 8 years in the UK, hair artist TAKU moved to Tokyo to work at CUTTERS, a salon in Minami Aoyama. He has been on the creative frontlines since the opening in 2013. TAKU made a splash in the Tokyo fashion scene by working as a hair stylist for TGC stylist NOGUCHI Tsuyoshi, as well as for Hysteric Glamour, GVGV, Undercover, and Sakai.
Special CUTTERS’ products will be released at DAYZ.
The Shop Coat is worn as a uniform by the staff. This is a symbol of CUTTERS' hospitality as a salon: creating unity through uniforms. TAKU himself directed the design of the interior and logo, which matches the decor and helps to create the atmosphere. The Remake Bag was born from the idea of recycling uniforms instead of throwing them away. The bags are made from small bags that hold combs, sprays, and other tools that are indispensable for hair and makeup artists when they work in the studio. They are all unique and express different emotions.
As SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) are becoming the standard for the new era, the effort to find added value from a brand's story is exactly the kind of creativity that is needed these days. Actually, this product was created two years ago, but was put in storage for a while. Now DAYZ is releasing it with a new level of appreciation for how it came to be. It will be sold only at DAYZ online and in stores, and it comes in three colors. The white and black are worn by employees, and the gray is worn by customers when they get a perm. All of them are one-of-a-kind and limited in quantity, so if you want one, don’t wait.
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