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Asahi-Kasei Asahi Kasei Fibers is the principal operating company for all fibers and textiles operations of the Asahi Kasei Group. A wide and expanding range of innovative materials for apparel and industrial applications are produced with the know-how gained through eight decades of industry leadership.

Website: Asahi-Kasei

Toray Industries

Toray Industries Toray is diversified corporate group with operations in 18 countries and regions. Underlying the technological expertise in the three core fields of organic synthetic chemistry, polymer chemistry, and biochemistry. Toray operations also diversify into such business fields as Information and Telecommunications Related (IT-Related) Products, Housing and Engineering, Pharmaceuticals and Medical Products, and Advanced Composite Materials.

Website: Toray Industries


Wacoal Wacoal is an international lingerie manufacturer and marketer headquartered in Kyoto, Japan. It is a subsidiary wholly owned by Wacoal Holdings Corporation.

Website: Wacoal


Beams Beams is a Japanese clothing brand, founded in 1976 whose chief executive officer (CEO) is Yo Shitara. Besides stores in many places in Japan, they have branch offices in New York, Milano, London and Paris.

Website: Beams


Evisu Evisu or Evisu Jeans is a Japanese clothing company that specializes in producing denim wear through the use of vintage looms, and other labour-intensive methods with as little use of modern machinery as possible.

Website: Evisu

Manifesteange Metamorphose temps de fille

Manifesteange Metamorphose temps de fille Manifesteange Metamorphose temps de fille (Shortened to Metamorphose temps de fille, Metamorphose or Meta) is the name of a Japanese clothing boutique chain created in 1997 by the current president of Metamorphose and its designer, Kuniko Kato.

Website: Manifesteange Metamorphose temps de fille

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