REMOLINO PROJECT #1 ICHIKO AOBA × YUKI FUJISAWA
NEWS | 2023/07/07
Musician Ichiko Aoba's label "hermine" will participate in the memorable first effort of "REMOLINO PROJECT", which is organized with the goal of sustainable daily life.
YUKI FUJISAWA will create a one-of-a-kind new garment with foil stamping by collecting old clothes that are sleeping in your home. Completed works with the "hermine" logo will be released from Ichiko Aoba WEB SHOP .
The first collection of used clothes will be accepted at the Aoba Ichiko product sales booth at the FRUEZINHO festival held on Saturday, July 8th. Please bring in clothes that you can still wear, or clothes that you would like to pass on to the next person.
[REMOLINO PROJECT #1
ICHIKO AOBA × YUKI FUJISAWA]
Clothes that are being recruited this time
《Adult size long T or sweatshirt》
① Please bring items that are as clean as possible.
②Please bring it in after washing it (Please do not use fabric softener as it will make it difficult for the foil to adhere)
③ Please refrain from using character copyrights.
*Because the clothes will be reused after inspection, please be aware that not all collected clothes will participate in the project.
We are looking forward to your cooperation. Thank you very much.
ICHIKO AOBA / hermine
musician. Independent label hermine representative.
Since their debut in 2010, they have released 7 original albums. Currently on a world tour with classical guitar and singing. Since the release of “Adan no Kaze”, a “soundtrack for a fictitious movie,” he has also held concerts with strings. In charge of the music and theme song for the movie "Koko Amiko", won the Music Award at the 77th Mainichi Film Concours. Active in various fields such as radio DJ, narration, CM / movie music production, performance at art festival.
A textile/design label that creates new value in fashion through foil and dyeing. We create products that are like art pieces that you can spend the warm moments of life with. Recent works include the title back of NHK TV series "Welcome back Monet".