When high fashion meets soft furnishings

Design duo Mark Eley and Wakako Kishimoto reinvent their iconic Flash designs with Kirkby Design

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In the sphere of art, design and fashion, Kirkby Design’s distinctive, forward-thinking aesthetic and Eley Kishimoto’s playful nature come together to push the boundaries of conventional design with a range of experimental, luxury textiles.

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"ELEY KISHIMOTO ...the patron saints of print."


Living by the maxim "Print The World," ELEY KISHIMOTO have always strived to create work that is executed simply, clear in intention, exhibiting a unique creative flair that rejects passing trends and fads.

From a partnership forged in the early 90's,

 

ELEY KISHIMOTO quickly gained a reputation for incisive and intelligent print design with their craftsmanship gracing the world's catwalks via work with Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Alexander McQueen, Alber Elbaz and Jil Sander, to name but a few.

Although initially earned as a result of these vibrant fashion collections, the company's renown has always been very much associated with their freedom to decorate anything and everything. It is this print design aesthetic that is key to their works' identity

 Wallpapers, furniture, furnishing fabrics, glassware and crockery led on to more industrial based design work in the automotive, architectural and electronics worlds including collaborative works with BMW motorbikes, Eastpak bags, Duvel beer, Incase (Macbook, iPhone, iPad accessories) amongst others markout the continuing story of those shapeshifters of the design world, ELEY KISHIMOTO.

Romo group's collaborations with artists aren't for everyone but then we don't have just anyone as customers. Those with a sense of adventure who enjoy being a little different, have confidence in their design expressions will enjoy not just the graphic designs but the textural changes in the new range.

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